Surviving & Thriving

It might happen someday that a person does sexual things to us that we don’t ask for or say ok to. Or maybe we only say ok because we’re afraid of what might happen if we say no. If this happens to us, it’s never our fault – no matter what. We didn’t do anything wrong. It might happen someday that a partner starts hurting us physically, or starts telling us we’re no good. Again, this isn’t our fault. We didn’t do anything wrong and we don’t deserve it.

If that’s happening to us now, what can we do about it? Who can help us?

If that happened to us in the past, it might still feel bad. Who can help us work through this? What if we’re interested in dating but also scared to trust someone? What can we do about that?

Let’s have a conversation!


How Does Disability Impact Your Dating?

If you’re in a relationship, chances are it has good parts and hard parts. How do you know if it’s healthy overall? In this video people talk about how they figured out their relationship wasn’t good for them, and what they did next.


1-800-SEX-SENSE Line

A free, anonymous telephone and email info hotline where you can ask any question about sex.


A sexuality and relationships website for teens and emerging adults.

VictimLink BC

24/7 free, confidential support for victims of crimes across B.C. and the Yukon.

Is That Legal?

A print-based, plain-language resource about online sexual harassment and your legal rights.

Women Against Violence Against Women

Support for women, trans, two-spirit, and nonbinary folks who have experienced violence.

BC Association for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse (BCSMSSA)

Support for males who have been sexually abused at some time in their lives.


The Ups & Downs of Dating With a Cognitive Disability

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