No means no. Rape committed by a person, who could be a friend, acquaintance or stranger, against a victim. Drug facilitated sexual assault. Is any sexual assault where alcohol or drugs affect the victim’s ability to give informed consent. What effect do these drugs have on the body?.
Rape committed by a person, who could be a friend, acquaintance or stranger, against a victim.
They can affect you very quickly and without your knowing. Length of time that the effects last varies. Alcohol makes the drugs even stronger and may cause serious health problems, even death.
Drug-facilitated sexual assault is not predictable. However, there are lists of safety tips that have been widely distributed to help potential victims keep themselves and their friends safe.
One such list available through KidsHealth:
•Avoid secluded places.
•Stay sober and aware.
•Go out with a group of friends and watch out for each other.
In the fall of 1990, Katie Koestner didn‘t know she was about to have a life changing event when a man she had been dating for less than two weeks raped her. Classmates would go on calling her a liar, vandalized her car and dorm room. College officials seemed to not want to believe her and a district attorney refused to prosecute because of a low chance of winning.
From Main Line Media News