15 Simple Thing You Can Do to Protect Yourself from Sexual Assault Photo 3

  1. Don’t Open The Door

Believe it or not, there are numerous incidents where the attacker gains access to his victims simply by knocking on their door. The minute you open your door, a person has access not only to your home, but to you and your family as well. Even if you’re expecting a visit from the cable guy, be safe and only open your front door when you have positively identified who is there. If you don’t have a peep hole, get one.