UW-Madison student Zoe Milavetz has been using the popular online dating app Tinder for the past three years. She's had over matches. She says she always looks a person up on Facebook before going on a date with them.
She also looks to see if they have mutual friends. Most importantly she says she always meets her dates in a public place and lets her friends know where she will be, when she'll be there and who the date is. Click Here to access the online Public Inspection File. Viewers with disabilities can get assistance accessing this station's FCC Public Inspection File by contacting the station with the information listed below.
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Media Video Audio Photos. Connect Upload Contact Us. Read and follow the safety advice for meetings that we have outlined so you are well prepared.
In addition, some of the following tips will probably be useful too. If you believe you may be a victim of sexual assault, the first thing you should do is contact the police immediately and report the crime, no matter how big or small. It is common for victims to blame themselves in a case of assault, however you must always remember that your attacker had absolutely no justification.
If you feel you cannot handle it alone, try talking to understanding family members or friends about how you feel.
If necessary, you can also speak with an experienced counselor who can help you deal with it. If you have been raped, it is also a good idea to see a doctor who can test you for sexually transmitted diseases STDs.
This Australian website that talks specifically about date rape offers some excellent tips on how to get help. What is Sexual Assault?
You go on a second date, your guard comes down, you really like them, you get in their car despite the fact you decided that's not what you're gonna do. Media Video Audio Photos. Experts said have a plan and trust your gut, or use dating companies that vet clients and require background checks. After this date, I started to pick up on the blatant sexist and misogynistic things guys from my dating apps would say without batting an eye. WMTV - Madison police say two women were sexually assaulted over the weekend after meeting up in person with men they first met online.
Any unwanted sexual attention or contact is usually defined as sexual assault. This includes and is not limited to inappropriate touching, sexual harassment, molestation and rape. What is Date Rape?
There have been three reported cases of sexual assault by people who had met on an online dating platform on Wayne State University's. Online-dating related sexual assault has risen by more than % in the past six years, according to a recent report by the U.K's National.