Stealthing Isn’t A ‘Sex Trend’. It’s Sexual Assault – And It Happened To Me

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Brodsky’s Yale study finds survivors of stealthing struggling to recognise their experience as sexual assault, writing that one woman describes her experience as “rape-adjacent” for lack of better language.

The nurse called the initial response police, who again outlined how what had happened may have been against the law, and passed me on to the Sapphire team, the Met police’s specialist sex crimes unit. I was asked to give a video recorded statement, but before this happened two female police officers from the unit took me into a room to ask me if I was sure I wanted to go through with it.

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