Sexual Boundary Violations Look Like

sexual boundary violations look like

Sexual boundary violations look like…

• Unwanted touch

• Not asking for consent

• Unwanted sexual comments

• Insisting, pressuring or guilt tripping someone into doing something they don’t want to do

• Shaming

• Making you feel like, you “owe” to them

• Sulking, getting angry, ignoring, or punishing if someone says no

• Intimidation or threats

• Ignoring your wishes and nonverbal cues like pushing away

• Lying about contraceptive use or health history
-@the.love.therapist

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Alphonse Lamartine

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