An Analysis of Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs as Studied in Secondary Schools
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Feminists who initially set the goals of the rape crisis movement are particularly skeptical of present programs. Originally, activists within the movement had two goals. They were "to change the society that encourages the oppression of women and sexual violence against them and to provide havens where victims would be believed and supported without blame and where through the process for mutual aid and self help women would be strengthened individually and collectively." If these goals were met women would be free from the sexual oppression which they now experience. Feminists have made an enormous effort to fulfill the latter goal. I have provided a brief summary and analysis of how a medium of prevention education, sexual abuse programs, provides services to women.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.