Rape Escape Options
Recap

Rape Escape: a woman who fights back is less likely to be raped. See Set Your Boundaries at Facing Danger and a Victims Options.

It’s impossible to fully anticipate the panicky chaos of a sudden threat forcing you to make split-second life-and-death decisions. Nonetheless, understanding your options now will help your Intuition choose an option then.

If you do choose to fight, attack him as described in Optimal Mindset, Fighting Options, and Ultimate Rape Prevention.

PERSONAL SAFETY DEVICES

To deter a predator - beforehand - carry a Personal Security Alarm (screamer or noisemaker) & Pepper Spray in plain sight. Those pages tell you how use them most effectively.

MORE RESOURCES

• RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network) at www.rainn.org.

RECOMMENDED READING
The Anatomy of Motive: The FBI's Legendary Mindhunter by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker.
Beauty Bites Beast: Awakening the Warrior Within Women and Girls by Ellen Snortland.
The Date Rape Prevention Book: the Essential Guide by Scott Lindquist.
The Feminine Warrior: A Woman's Guide to Empowerment by Al Marrewa.
The Gift Of Fear: Survival Signals that Protect Us from Violence by Gavin de Becker.
On Killing by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman.
Overkill: Mass Murder and Serial Killing Exposed by James Alan Fox and Jack Levin.
Real Knockouts: the Physical Feminism of Women's Self-Defense by Martha McCaughy.
Sex Crimes: Ten years on the Front Lines Prosecuting Rapists by Alice Vachss.


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