Snatched Body is about more than enhancing the female form and feeling sexier in your own skin, it is also about creating a sense of community and teaching women how to own their sexuality without falling victim to sexual harassment or assault.
Just because your body is sexy doesn’t give anyone the right to touch any part of it without your (LOUD) permission. It is always important to be firm when dealing with someone less than respectful.
We deeply care about you and our community. We are here to give you all the tips on how to handle sexual assault in the safest way possible.
So, for those that aren’t aware, sexual assault is any sexual behavior that is unwanted and makes you feel threatened, violated, or scared.
As one can imagine, the mental toll sexual assault has on a person is unmatched. But the worst thing a person can do for themselves is to keep the trauma a secret. It is vital to the person’s mental health and development that they feel through these emotions and heal from them rather than stuffing them down and pretending it never happened. Denying pain will only cause more pain.
The most common mental illness that arises immediately after sexual assault is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). People are likely to be triggered by certain things indefinitely until they can effectively heal from the wounds. Continue reading to find a list of professional and confidential resources that can help you through a traumatic time.
There are a few things Snatched Body would like everyone to keep in mind so they can remain as safe as possible from becoming a victim of sexual assault.
These safety tips include:
Sexual assault can make anyone feel completely violated and alone in this world. And it is undoubtedly incredibly hard to talk about with anyone. However, talking to a stranger that is a trained professional is oftentimes easier than someone you know, trust, and love.
The thing about opening up about sexual assault is that you find yourself scared to be open to the ones you love and trust most out of a fear of judgment. However, if such a situation were to happen, the assault is never the victim’s fault. So, those you love would never judge you for it!
However, there are hotlines and professional resources for you to reach out to get the professional help you deserve.
Here are a few top-rated resources:
It’s never too late to ask for help.