BAN ALL RAPISTS FROM KU
BAN ALL RAPISTS FROM KU
It is time to ban all suspect rapists from our campus. Sexual harassment in colleges and universities is more prevalent than many people realize. Many students are subjected to this form of abuse, but fail to report the incidences. According to a survey, 24% of undergraduates women and 4% of men at the University of Kansas said they had been sexually assaulted during their time in college. Consequently, everyone should have knowledge of how to identify, report and prevent sexual harassment.
- Unwanted touching.
- Actual or attempted unwanted vaginal, oral, anal generation by an object or body part.
- Forcing or manipulating you into doing unwanted painful or degrading acts during intercourse.
- Taking advantage of you while you're drunk or otherwise not likely to give consent.
- Denying you contraception or protection against sexually transmitted diseases.
- Taking any kind of sexual pictures or films of you without consent.
- Forcing you to perform sexual acts on film or in person for money.
- Threatening to break up with you if you refuse sex.
- Emotional: Survivors may be very expressive(anger, sadness), disoriented(disbelief, denial), or controlled.
- Physical: Survivors can have somatic complaints, eating disturbances, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, and physical symptoms related to areas on their body affected by assault.
- Amnesia: A survivor may not remember what happened. If the sexual assault happened before the development of language, the survivor may not have a memory that can be verbalized.
- Safety: sexual assault often cause survivors to assess unsafe situations as safe and perceive safe situations as dangerous.
- Shame: sexual assault often cause victims to think they are bad, wrong, dirty, or permanently flawed.
HOW TO REPORT SEXUAL OFFENSES
- If you are in immediate danger, dial 911.
- Contact KU-based law enforcement.
- If you are being treated for injuries resulting from sexual assault, tell a medical professional that you wish to report the crime
PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT
-What KU Needs To Do!
Every single student has the right to feel secure whenever on campus. It really affects the mental health of students when they feel like they can't go out without being in danger. I believe it is the obligation of our University to ensure everyone's safety on campus. It's time for our university to ban all suspected rapists until they've been cleared of charges. Please sign this petition so our university can ban all suspect rapists from campus.
-What Students Need To Do!
Go to our Instagram Page for details about what we can do to prevent sexual assault.
If we can get to 100 signatures on this petition, KU will have to ban all suspected rapists until they've been cleared of charges. These actions will scare anybody on campus who is planning to sexually assault someone and they will likely hold back from doing these crimes. But if we can not get to 100 signatures, rapists will likely still be on campus.