Help for young people
Comments about your body or the way you dress, groping and abusive texts all count as sexual harassment. So does being sent images or videos that you don’t want to see. Plus a whole host of other behaviours. You don’t have to suffer in silence. Reach out to the people who can help you put a stop to sexual harassment.
Want to share your problems anonymously? Kooth is a free online mental wellbeing community where you can feel safe and supported without being judged.
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Need to talk? Visyon can help with online, telephone or face-to-face support – and no issue or problem is too small when it comes to your mental health.
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Act on it Now
Find out what health, unhealthy and toxic relationships look like - and get help if you’re worried about your relationship or someone else’s.
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Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre
RASASC is charity that can help you to overcome the difficulties that come with sexual abuse, rape and unwanted sexual experiences.
Learn more about the Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre
The national charity has launched a dedicated helpline for children and young people who have experienced abuse at school, and for worried adults and professionals that need support and guidance. Call 0800 136 663 or email email@example.com.
Learn more about the NSPCC
What do we mean by Sexual Harassment?
- Sexist name calling
- Sexual comments, remarks and jokes e.g. wolf whistling or catcalling
- Rumours about your sex life
- Pictures you don’t want to send or see e.g. dick pics, nudes, porn
- Being photographed or filmed without your consent
- Circulating pictures or videos you’ve shared without your knowledge or consent
- Pressure to do sexual things you don’t want to
- Unwanted touching
- Sexual assault of any kind
Together with our partners we have created an advertising campaign to raise awareness of sexual harassment. A range of communications are available to download to support your own activities.
Learn more about the SHOUT campaign
Page last reviewed: 08 March 2022