Reproductive coercion is a type of abuse where one partner tries to control the other’s reproductive system and timeline.
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In an unhealthy or abusive relationship, it’s common for survivors to make excuses for abusive behavior.
We hear from many people who are in abusive relationships, and even those who have left relationships, but say that they love their abusive partner.
Revenge porn is a form of digital and sexual abuse and involves the digital distribution of nude or sexually explicit photos and/or videos of a person without their consent.
Breakups are already hard enough, but they’re even harder when an ex just won’t leave you alone.
On Wednesday, April 13, loveisrespect and our partners at Mary Kay Inc. were in Washington, DC to host a briefing on dating violence for members of Congress.
No one’s ever “asking for it.”
We know that relationships do take work, but maybe not in the way a lot of people think.
Thinking about having sex for the first time? Read this before you do!
We’re sharing some highlights from Teen DV Month 2016!
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