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Safety Tips for Hate Violence and Police Violence

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In light of recent hate violence and police violence experienced by LGBTQ New Yorkers, AVP shares our Safety Tips for Hate Violence and Police Violence below.

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AVP Sexual Violence Safety Tips and General Information

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The New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP) defines sexual violence as any non-consensual act, including any sexual act, attempted sexual act, sexual comments, or sexual advances by any person, in any setting, to which you have not given your consent (verbal and non-verbal). 

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AVP Online Dating and Hook-Up Safety Tips

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Violence can have physical, emotional, and financial impacts. AVP encourages LGBTQ and HIV-affected community members to get support and stay safe, including when dating or hooking up online. AVP can help even if the incident isn't reported to the police and we keep all information confidential. If you witnessed or experienced violence, you can call AVP's 24-hour bilingual (English/Spanish) hotline at 212-714-1141 at any time and speak to a counselor to get support. You can also report online.

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