For individuals who have experienced sexual misconduct

What is sexual misconduct?

Sexual misconduct is used here as an umbrella term for all behavior that is sexual in nature and crosses the boundaries of another person. It refers to any sexual conduct that is unwelcome and without consent. It is therefore that we will sometimes also refer to it as “unwanted sexual behavior”.

Sexual misconduct can be many different things, it can be both non-verbal and verbal, both physical and mental. But every type of sexual misconduct leaves a mark on someone and changes them. We are here to help you through this process of change and to support you, wherever you may be in your process.

You are not alone

62,5% of all the respondents we have reached out to for our research have indicated that they have experienced sexual misconduct. Another 15,1% indicated that they are not sure whether they have experienced this. Furthermore, 8 out of 10 people know someone in their direct environment who have experienced sexual misconduct.

We're in this together!

We are here to help you in your process of healing. We have a community of peers who have been in similar situations where you can share your experiences, ask questions and find information. Here, you can connect with others in a safe and inclusive environment.

Step by step

Sexual misconduct takes place in a context where deeds that are driven by prejudice are the norm. Don't let it get too far. Speak up about it to the other person.

Source: Emancipator