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Revenge porn: What to do if it happens to you
Revenge porn is when someone shares a sexual image or video of someone without their consent
What happens at a Sexual Assault Treatment Unit?
Who is the Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU) service for?
Rape Crisis Centre: Information on the services they provide
Information on the services in Rape Crisis Centres in Ireland
What to do if you think a drink has been spiked
Your drinks can easily be spiked in nightclubs, house parties and pubs
What to do if you have been sexually assaulted
Sexual assault is when anyone has any form of sexual contact with you without your consent
Know the signs of physical abuse
Recognise the signs of physical abuse and find out what to do if you are being physically abused
Knowing the signs of neglect
Neglect can be difficult to identify, but there are a number of signs you can look out for.
Emotional Abuse: Here’s what you need to know
Emotional abuse is when someone constantly puts you down and threatens, teases, bullies, humiliates or intimidates you.
What is date rape?
If someone has sex with you when you don't want to, it is rape
Am I an abusive person?
Knowing the signs of abusive behaviour and how you can change
What are the different types of abuse?
Find out more about the types of abuse and where to turn for help
What is domestic violence?
There is support out there for anyone suffering from domestic violence
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