The terms “sexual assault” and “sexual harassment” are often used interchangeably.
But the two terms are actually two completely different phenomena.
In fact, the two are synonymous.
There is no difference between them, as both can be applied to any form of sexual abuse.
The difference comes in when the abuse is done by someone who is not the victim of the abuse.
That is, in the context of consensual, non-coercive, nonsexual contact.
If that person is a trusted adult, and the abuse happens in a consensual setting, then there is no legal difference between sexual abuse and non-consensual sex.
It is the victim, however, who is the subject of the crime, not the perpetrator.
In other words, if you have consensual sex with someone, then it is not a sexual assault.
The word “sexual” refers to an act.
“Sexual” does not refer to a sexual relationship.
And “sexual contact” does refer to any sort of sexual activity between a person and another person.
It does not include penetration or any form or type of penetration.
However, when someone is abused, it is a sexual abuse because it occurs in a sexual setting.
In order to be an abuser, you must have sexual contact with someone.
The definition of sexual contact in the U.S. is: A sexual act or sexual contact is a touching of the genitalia, anus, or mouth with another person’s body parts.
It includes a penis, anus or mouth touching, genital or anal touching, or vaginal or oral sex.
Sexual assault is the act of using someone in a way that violates their rights as a person.
In addition, sexual assault can be committed by anyone, anywhere, with any of the following circumstances: a person has not consented to the touching of their body parts, even if they are being fondled in a non-sexual way; a person was not physically present during the touching; and the person is under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Sexual contact is often not reported to the police.
If the person does report the sexual contact to the authorities, the person can face a jail sentence of up to 10 years.
If you think someone you know has been abused, you should contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or the National Sexual Assault Hotline, which is also 1-888-656-HOPE (4673).
It is also important to contact the local law enforcement agency in your area.
Many local law enforcements have information on sexual assault on their websites and are available on the internet.
In the meantime, if someone has a problem with someone they know, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline (1-800)-823-3247.
They are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Sexual abuse is often more than just a sexual act.
In many cases, the perpetrator may also have used physical or emotional abuse or neglect.
Some victims have been physically and verbally abused as children, and they may have suffered emotional or psychological abuse as children.
It can be difficult for survivors to get the help they need.
The National Domestic Abuse Hotline provides confidential support to people who have experienced sexual abuse, including survivors of sexual assault, family members of victims, or those who have suffered sexual abuse themselves.
If someone you love is having problems with someone you care about, contact the national domestic abuse hotline at 1,800-800, 7-1-1.
The U.K. has some of the most stringent laws on sexual abuse in the world, and it has some excellent resources on the issue.
In most cases, a conviction can lead to a sentence of life in prison or a fine of up,000 pounds ($1,800).
Other laws vary in the United Kingdom, but there are guidelines that can help survivors of abuse get the support they need to heal.
In a statement, the National Institute for Safer Communities said: It is vital that victims of sexual exploitation have the support and guidance they need, including psychological, social, physical and legal help, and legal protection to help prevent reoffending.
If victims of abuse don’t receive these types of support, they may not be able to rebuild their lives and relationships.
The number of sexual crimes against children in the UK is small compared to other countries, but a report from the Royal College of Psychiatrists said that sexual exploitation is not an isolated phenomenon in the country, and that it was a serious problem.
The report says: “Sex offences against children are a growing problem across the UK, and there is a strong need to tackle the problem, as it is likely to have a significant impact on young people’s lives.”