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Alcohol, Drugs and Sexual Assault

 

Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault*

Drug facilitated sexual assault occurs when drugs or alcohol are used to compromise an individual's ability to consent. While alcohol is the substance most commonly used to facilitate sexual assault, other drugs (such as Rohypnol (Roofies), GHB, GBL, etc.) are also used to reduce someone's ability to consent to the sexual activity. In addition, drugs and alcohol are often used to reduce the resistance, memory, and credibility of the victim.

Please click on the links to the left to learn more about drug facilitated sexual assault and ways to protect yourself.

 

*Adapted from RAINN.org