15 Simple Thing You Can Do to Protect Yourself from Sexual Assault Photo 13

  1. Stay Put

Research has shown over and over again that if someone intends to move you, they also intend for you to not make it out alive. Do not let your attacker take you to another location. If they do, the likelihood that “you will be seriously injured increases tenfold” says Mary Ellen Burns, a spokesperson for the Boston PD. You do not want to get to “crime scene number two” so do whatever it takes and never give up.

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