Our goal with this collection is to bring attention to the prevalence of sexual assault, educate people on how to prevent it, and raise money to fund the tools to help end it. Prior to the release of the Sexual Assault Awareness Collection, we created a forum for survivors to share their story and empower others to do the same. Read the information below to learn more about sexual assault and show support to those who have experienced it.

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Karen Baker
Chief Executive Officer
National Sexual Violence Resource Center

What is Sexual Assault?

The term sexual assault refers to sexual contact or behavior that occurs without explicit consent of the victim. Some forms of sexual assault include:

-Attempted rape

-Fondling or unwanted sexual touching

-Forcing a victim to perform sexual acts, such as oral sex or penetrating the perpetrator’s body

-Penetration of the victim’s body, also known as rape⁸


- On average, there are 463,634 victims (age 12 or older) of rape and sexual assault each year in the United States.¹

- As of 1998, an estimated 17.7 million American women had been victims of attempted or completed rape. ⁴

- 82% of all juvenile victims are female. 90% of adult rape victims are female.⁵

- Females ages 16-19 are 4 times more likely than the general population to be victims of rape, attempted rape, or sexual assault.²

- Women ages 18-24 who are college students are 3 times more likely than women in general to experience sexual violence. Females of the same age who are not enrolled in college are 4 times more likely.⁶

- As of 1998, 2.78 million men in the U.S. had been victims of attempted or completed rape.⁴

- About 3% of American men—or 1 in 33—have experienced an attempted or completed rape in their lifetime. ⁴

- 1 out of every 10 rape victims are male. ⁷