Myths (false ideas and attitudes) about sexual violence enable individuals to sexually abuse, assault, and harass others by creating a social environment where survivors of sexual violence are silenced and blamed for what someone else did to them. This can also severely affect the support survivors of sexual violence receive from their family, friends and community. We believe challenging myths, educating the public on the facts about sexual violence, and holding offenders of sexual violence 100% responsible are the first steps in sexual violence prevention.
We invite you to explore this section of our website, where you'll find information about how to book a presentation or workshop from our public educators. You'll also find on-line educational material covering a wide range of topics, including sexual assault, what you can do to support a survivor of sexual violence, and much more!