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Hello, my name Is Robert Cullens and I am the CEO of Safetykatt.com and other websites. I started Safetykatt.com in 2020 intending to protect each and every one of you. There has been so much violence in the world lately which includes sexual assault on men and women. I design this website for everyone who can afford it to protect themselves from any dangerous situation. The company’s products are 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. I have done some research on what is going on on college campuses in recent years.

Did you know that according to Rainn.org 13% of students between the ages of 18-24 have experienced some kind of sexual assault? Did you know that this includes men and women who are sexually assaulted? Sexual assault includes rape, physical force, violence, or incapacitation that’s why Safetykatt.com was created to help protect as much as possible to prevent any of these things from happening to men and women. In 2014 report from edsmart.org that sexual assault had gone up 50% from the years before. The campus of Pennsylvania State University had 97 sex offenses from 2011-2013. With a total of 46,615 student population which means that 0.21% had sexual offenses. In 2021 SafeHome.org updated their article by saying that 1 out of 10 students will experience rap or assault. For females, the percentage is much higher 23.1%. In 2017 according to the FBI’s full report by SafeHome.org University of Nebraska was the college with the highest violent crime rates base on a 10,000 enrolment in college. Smaller colleges like Boston college also have a high crime rate among students. I think everyone should have something to protect themselves.

I know a lot of people always say that they have a gun but everyone’s life changes after you kill someone. So having something small in your pocket or your purse or something big in your car or your room can make a difference in your life. It is the thought of knowing that you have the product to protect yourself. The products that we sell on Safetykatt.com is all the protection that you need. It is easy to navigate with each product giving you a description of every product. It also will give you a great price so you can afford your safety. Our products are all 100% satisfaction guaranteed. If any of our products stop working and it is replaceable with no problems. We are a family-owned business so that’s why I encourage safety for everyone. I am also encouraging everyone to protect themselves in any possible way that they can. Just in my small town in Indiana, there has been human trafficking and kidnapping. I just dislike myself knowing that if they had something on them that was small or big it would have bought them some time to get help or getaway. Then the person who touched you would think twice about doing it again.

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Here we are in 2022 and at this point in our lives, we never know what a person is thinking anymore. For example, you and Paul have been seeing each other for a while now as friends. You guys have been studying, going out to dinner, hanging out with other friends, etc. It’s like Paul is your male best friend “right”. So, one day you and Paul were hanging out at your place watching a movie on Hulu. You are laying across him like usual with no intentions of anything but the movie and popcorn. Paul starts touching you and you were shocked, but you told him to stop. [because you didn’t see anything but friends]. Paul said” oh my fault my hand slipped” but you both laughed it off and continued watching the movie. When the movie was almost to the end Paul started touching you again and this time you are not happy, so you tell Paul that it was time for him to go and he grabs you and says he isn’t going anywhere until he gets what he wants. Then he starts tearing off your clothes, but you remembered what you bought from Safetykatt.com you have a stun gun under the couch one next to the door and a big one under the table and this is something you never told Paul. While he was proceeding to get what he wanted from you, you were able to reach under the table to get a stun gun that has 110,000,000 volts in it and touch his leg with it. Now Paul is on the floor in shock and pain. You Stun him again which gives you enough time to grab your cell phone and run into the bathroom to call the police all the while Paul gets up and tries to come after you by beating on the bathroom door but you remembered that you had a Super Door Stop Alarm in all the rooms in your apartment and you put it in the bathroom door so he couldn’t kick it in. Finally, you heard the police come in to arrest Paul. Now you feel shocked that you had to go through that with someone you could have called your bestie, but you also feel relieved because you had something in your home to protect you from anything extra happening to you. So as A CEO of Safetykatt.com I encourage everyone to get protection for themselves.

Sexual Assault on Campus

Ending Sexual Assault on Campus

In 2016, student Brock Turner was infamously tried and convicted for raping a woman outside a fraternity party. His sentence was a mere slap on the wrist at just three months, and would demonstrate how common this type of attack is on campus and—even more shockingly—how often perpetrators get away with it. According to the government’s Department of Justice, 25 percent of female college students will experience sexual assault before they reach graduation. Sexual violence on campus is more likely to affect minority groups, too. In 2016, UC San Diego School of Medicine Center on Gender Equity and Health reported that one in three transgender students had been raped or sexually assaulted. Perhaps more chilling is that an estimated 95 percent of incidents of rape on campus go unreported, according to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

These dire statistics solidify the fact that more protection, preventative measures and support systems need to be implemented into colleges nationwide to tackle this widespread problem. Many schools are working to lower disturbing cases of sexual violence on campus by increasing the number of security officers and bystander intervention programs and educating students on the meaning of consent.

How can we protect ourselves?

The blame for any type of assault always, always, lies with the perpetrator and victims are not at fault. In the current climate, however, there are some precautions students can take to minimize their risk of an attack.

Stay in groups. Whether at night or not, walk, travel or attend gatherings with a group of trusted friends. Keep an eye on each other and hold each other accountable to ensure safety. If you do go somewhere by yourself, let people know where you are going and what time to expect you home.

Be self-aware. Excessive alcohol consumption can make students more vulnerable to dangerous situations. Know your limits when it comes to alcohol and keep drinks covered and with you at all times.

Trust your instincts. If you find yourself in a situation you feel unsafe in or around people that you have a bad feeling about, then leave immediately.

Attend a self-defence class. Some colleges, including Ivy League university Cornell, hold self-defence courses for students to better prepare them for such an eventuality.


of all students in the US experience sexual assault

Source: rainn.org

After sexual assault

Experiencing sexual assault can lead to significant mental health issues and deeply impact college life from academia to forming relationships. Take these steps if you have suffered sexual assault on campus:

  • Call 911 and report the incident as soon as you can.
  • Seek medical attention as soon as possible to treat injuries and collect vital evidence.
  • Speak with someone. Use your college counseling service or contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline on 1-800-656-4673.
  • Work with your tutors and instructors to arrange time off from academic responsibilities so that you can heal, both mentally and physically.

Visit rainn.org for more information and advice on sexual assault on campus.

SEE ALSO: Protecting Yourself on Campus

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