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Report by Paula Antolini
April 7, 2015 7:18AM EDT
Message from CT State Rep. Jay Case:
Will you join me in standing up against sexual assault?
April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month and I am hoping you will help educate others on these awful crimes and find ways to prevent further tragedies from occurring at home, on campuses and in the workplace.
At the Capitol
In the Connecticut legislature, we have been working tirelessly to improve the lives of victims of rape, child abuse, exploitation and sexual harassment, and taking preventative steps to curb sexual violence. But legislation won’t fix everything. Communities, campuses, parents and friends need to be active in education and prevention.
By the Numbers
–This is a gendered form of violence. About one in five women (18.3 percent) and one in 71 men (1.4 percent) in the U.S. have been raped at some time in their lives.
–79 percent of female victims of rape report that they were first raped before age 25.
–28 percent of male victims of rape report that they were first raped at age 10 or younger.
–A 63 percent majority of sexual crimes are never reported to police.
In our Towns
There are organizations partnering with the NSVRC in our state: one in Canton and another in East Hartford.
The Susan B. Anthony Project is also asking men to sign a pledge to commit themselves to working to end sexual violence. I signed the pledge. Will you?
I hope you find this information helpful. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions related to state government.
State Representative for the 63rd District
(Serving Colebrook, Goshen, Winchester and Torrington)