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We reached out to you, our partners and community members, to learn about your work in the movement.

How we feel about ourselves and how we interact with others has a big impact on our sexual health.

Sexual violence exacts a high toll on survivors, their loved ones—and, ultimately, on all of us.

"Whiteness is our default way of talking about sexual violence. But it cannot be."

Learn about CDC's latest resource, created to assist communities in their efforts to plan, implement, and evaluate sexual violence prevention strategies.

It has been over a year since the Harvey Weinstein allegations broke and brought attention to the #MeToo movement. It is amazing to see survivors sharing their stories but often marginalized folks, in particular trans people, are left out of the conversation.

We checked in with a forensic nurse to learn about the role these nurses play after a victim experiences sexual assault.

Rape crisis centers impacted by Hurricane Michael need help to continue to support survivors.

In July, the NSVRC held an Ask a Preventionist!

Throughout the Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated in the United States, we want to give special recognition to the feminist movements that have fought for the rights of Latin American and Hispanic women.