Supporting Youth Experiencing Technology-Facilitated Sexual Violence

The internet is a space in which youth (ages 13 to 29) connect with others, express themselves and assert themselves.

But sometimes unwanted sexual comments or images, exposure to racist or sexist content, or the sharing of personal messages and images without their agreement does happen. Just as sexual violence impacts youth “in real life (IRL)”, technology-facilitated sexual violence effects young people as well.

If there are young people in your life, there are things you can do to prevent technology-facilitated violence, including sexual violence. There are also ways you can support young people. Read more.

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