When Sex Is Scary: Signs You’re In A Sexually Abusive Relationship ‹ Reader — WordPress.com


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Domestic violence (DV) is not a new phenomenon. Individuals are generally aware that when one person in an intimate relationship uses tactics to control the other partner in the relationship (physical abuse, emotional abuse, intimidation, stalking, etc.), it is considered DV or intimate partner violence (IPV).

However, when people think of sexual abuse they typically think of a vulnerable child being violated. Sometimes they think of a predator jumping out of the bushes and assaulting an unsuspecting victim. They rarely think about sexual abuse within the confines of an intimate relationship. But sexual abuse by intimate partners is far more prevalent than most people realize.

This is a deep read and one I suspect a few people out there really need to take. Get the rest here.–> When Sex Is Scary: Signs You’re In A Sexually Abusive Relationship ‹ Reader — WordPress.com

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Author: Geo Gee

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