Jimanekia Eborn

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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Q&A by Jimanekia Eborn


How can I support a male who has identified themselves to me as a sexual assault survivor? How can I support a male who has identified themselves to me as a sexual assault survivor? How can I support a male who has identified themselves to me as a sexual assault survivor? How can I support a male who has identified themselves to me as a sexual assault survivor?


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

Sexual violence is hard to talk about. How can I get more comfortable with this topic? Sexual violence is hard to talk about. How can I get more comfortable with this topic? Sexual violence is hard to talk about. How can I get more comfortable with this topic? Sexual violence is hard to talk about. How can I get more comfortable with this topic?


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...

A friend says they want 'healthy boundaries.' What does that mean? A friend says they want 'healthy boundaries.' What does that mean? A friend says they want 'healthy boundaries.' What does that mean? A friend says they want 'healthy boundaries.' What does that mean?


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