Second Chance

Ep 45: No to Sex is not Sex, it’s Rape - Tegan Parsons

June 30, 2021 Raphael Rowe Season 1 Episode 45
Second Chance
Ep 45: No to Sex is not Sex, it’s Rape - Tegan Parsons
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Ep 45: No to Sex is not Sex, it’s Rape - Tegan Parsons
Jun 30, 2021 Season 1 Episode 45
Raphael Rowe

Warning: Please be aware that this episode contains details of sexual violence and self harm that you may find distressing. Also be aware that this episode contains explicit language. 


My Second Chance podcast guest booker, Tegan Parsons, shares her own story. It’s a reminder that no matter how much you think you might know someone, or things about that someone, you never really do. Her descriptive details of being groomed and raped, when she was a teenager, is horrific. These are not comfortable conversations to have but they are vitally important. Statistics show that 90% of victims of sexaul assualt know the offender. And like in many other cases of sexual violence, her perpetrator was never brought to justice. Tegan is not a victim, she has been empowered by her experience and by sharing her story we hope it will provide an insight that will empower individuals to share their experience, educate and protect others. 


Links: 


https://www.supportline.org.uk/problems/rape-and-sexual-assault/

Statistics about sexual violence

Nature of sexual assault by rape or penetration, England and Wales



Show Notes

Warning: Please be aware that this episode contains details of sexual violence and self harm that you may find distressing. Also be aware that this episode contains explicit language. 


My Second Chance podcast guest booker, Tegan Parsons, shares her own story. It’s a reminder that no matter how much you think you might know someone, or things about that someone, you never really do. Her descriptive details of being groomed and raped, when she was a teenager, is horrific. These are not comfortable conversations to have but they are vitally important. Statistics show that 90% of victims of sexaul assualt know the offender. And like in many other cases of sexual violence, her perpetrator was never brought to justice. Tegan is not a victim, she has been empowered by her experience and by sharing her story we hope it will provide an insight that will empower individuals to share their experience, educate and protect others. 


Links: 


https://www.supportline.org.uk/problems/rape-and-sexual-assault/

Statistics about sexual violence

Nature of sexual assault by rape or penetration, England and Wales