Without heart knowledge, head knowledge will not lead to sensitivity, wholeness, or change. To humanize sexual assault on college campuses and beyond, we share our story and connect it to the information and resources of our website.
I want to share my story, too!
Great! Sharing your story is such a brave and beautiful accomplishment, whether you are a survivor or the loved one of a survivor.
Through us, you can share your story in any creative way, from writing an essay or poem to making a piece of art or music.
Below is more information:
For us to consider publishing your story, you must:
Be 18 years of age or older.
Not include anyone else's name, face, or other personal information in your story.
Cite anything you use from other sources, giving us links to those sources and placing word-for-word statements in quotation marks.
Relate your story to our Mission and Values, explaining how you are working to heal, fight for justice, educate others, support survivors and their loved ones, or prevent sexual assault in in your community.
you are 18 years of age or older;
the statements you present as facts are true to the best of your knowledge;
your submission is your original work; and,
you give stopsexualassault.org perpetual permission to publish your submission on this website and throughout the universe, in all mediums now existing and to be created."
Please send your story to us at email@example.com! You can email us a file or link to your work. Additionally, if you want us to identify you, please include a 1 to 2 sentence bio with links to your website, blog, or social media.
You can also visit Know Your IX for information about other ways to share your story, preparing to share your story, and managing the outcome of taking this courageous step!
Do you accept speaking/media requests?
Based in New Orleans, Louisiana, we are available to speak, write, and give interviews.
Below are the topics we discuss:
DrugRehab.com: This resource provides information about alcohol and other types of drugs. It explains how substance abuse is related to sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and mental health issues, describing the addiction recovery process and treatment options.