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Jimanekia Eborn

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Jimanekia Eborn has worked in mental health for the last 10 years, which is where she saw the need for sexual education and sexual trauma support. This has led to her passion for assisting and supporting those that are sexual assault survivors and those without access to comprehensive sex education. Her compassion and passion for these populations has pushed her to continue building safe spaces for clientele, sharing education, and supporting their mental spaces.

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QUESTIONS BY JIMANEKIA EBORN

Sexual health for many of us is overlooked and under-supported in many spaces. It can also be underlooked, so to speak, in the case of...

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I wish that I could say that all of us will be held and handled the same in a doctor's office. Unfortunately, that is not the case. I have...

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SART stands for sexual assault response team. This is the medical exam that is given to sexual assault survivors if they decide to go to a...

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This may look different for everyone depending on what feels “safe” for you, as well as what your needs are. There are some things that you...

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The definition of hierarchy is a system or organization in which people or groups are ranked one above the other according to status or...

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When I talk to survivors after they have experienced an assault, they tend to have had plenty of people talking at them and never actually...

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Gaslighting is a term that a lot of people are just discovering. But, unfortunately, it is not a new experience for many people. The term...

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Trauma can be a psychological, emotional and/or physical response to an event or multiple experiences that are distressing and disturbing....

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With any job that has to do with working with individuals it is important to know why you are doing the job and or want to do the job. When...

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The last few years have been really hard, especially if you are a survivor or someone who falls under the marginalized identity structure....

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If you have a friend that is male-identified how would you support them?Would it be any different than supporting a female-identified...

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The first thing that you can do for yourself as an ally/accomplice is never stop learning. As cheesy as it sounds, knowledge is truly power...

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This is a great conversation to be having with your friends. I wish more people were talking about having conversations with their friends...

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