In an attempt to help survivors avoid sexual assault, Vanity Fair has partnered with a sexual assault prevention organization called the Sexual Assault Resource Center.
The goal of the partnership is to help victims by providing the services and information they need.
Vanity Fair recently published an article about sexual assault.
In the article, a woman writes about being sexually assaulted and her experience, which included an unconscious man raping her on the subway.
In the article published by Vanity Fair, the woman writes that she was walking along the tracks of the Grand Central Terminal when she felt a man pull her into his crotch, grab her and rape her.
She says she screamed, but she says that she did not remember much because the man raped her again later in the subway ride.
Vogue editor in chief, Anna Wintour, spoke about the story on the magazine’s Instagram account earlier this week, calling it an “unprecedented story.”
She also said that Vanity Fair is “dedicated to making the world a safer place.”
The publication has been criticized for failing to report the story, which came to light after a survivor of sexual assault told the Associated Press.
The issue of sexual violence is an important one, Wintours said.
“In many ways, this story shows that women are under-reported.
We can and must do better.”
She added that the publication’s policy was to provide the information and support survivors and their families.
“I want to make sure that when we share our stories with the world, that we do so in a way that will help make the world safer.”
Vanity to donate $5M to Sexual Assault Center in 2017Women who were assaulted while traveling are often reluctant to come forward because they feel that they will be judged by others and have a higher chance of being fired or punished for speaking up.
The problem is particularly acute for women of color, who are disproportionately represented in the criminal justice system.
In an effort to raise awareness about sexual violence, the Vogue editors partnered with the Sexual Abuse Resource Center in January.
The organization, which provides training to law enforcement and government officials, is a part of the Center for Sexual Assault Prevention.
The partnership was a result of a number of initiatives including the organization’s launch of the V-RED Campaign.
In addition to helping survivors navigate the criminal system, the organization is also working to improve access to education about sexual assaults.
Vogue is working with more than 500 schools in 20 countries to help students learn about sexual abuse.
The publication is donating $5 million to the Sexual Violence Resource Center, which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
The organization is working to raise money to provide trauma support to survivors, as well as to improve the mental health care that survivors receive.
VOCAT, an organization that focuses on the role of the legal system in preventing and prosecuting sexual assault and harassment, also partnered with Vogue.
It is raising money to support survivors of sexual abuse through its “Sexual Abuse Resource Fund.”