Cleveland Rape Crisis Center is pleased to offer resources on preventing, responding to and supporting survivors of rape and sexual abuse. Our articles cover a variety of topics, from talking to your teen about childhood sexual abuse, to understanding EMDR, to knowing the signs of unhealthy relationships. By reading and sharing our resources, you can help Cleveland Rape Crisis Center spread the messages that sexual assault is preventable and healing is possible.
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Members of the LGBTQI+ community are not immune to rape or sexual abuse. In fact, studies show that people who self-identify as LGBTQI+ are more likely to have experienced some sort of sexual trauma in their lifetime. Dealing with trauma associated with rape or sexual abuse on top of sexual orientation and gender-based discrimination and dysphoria is difficult.