January 2015
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"[Family members] may be uncooperative and downplay abuse. If it has been going on a long time, they may not even see it as a crime."

--- RAINN's 
Jennifer Marsh

"It's important for [survivors] to know that [their rape kit] is going to be valuable and valued and that it's not going to sit untouched for periods of time."

--- RAINN's 
Rebecca O'Connor
"I think there's a fear that [a sexual assault] could happen again. And if they make themselves so unappealing, they won't get hurt the way they've been hurt before."

--- RAINN's 
Jennifer Marsh 
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