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Intimate Partner Violence Against Transgender People and People of Color

Community Action Toolkit for Addressing Intimate Partner Violence Against People of Color

1. Intimate partner violence is a pattern of behavior where one intimate partner _____ another intimate partner to maintain power and control over the partner and the relationship.

A. Coerces

B. Dominates

C. Isolates

D. Any of the above

2. Physical abuse includes all of the following, except:

A. Driving recklessly

B. Degrading someone

C. Slapping

D. Kicking

3. Many intimate partner violence programs, such as domestic violence shelters, have denied LGBTQ survivors access to services.

A. True

B. False

4. LGBTQ people of color are more likely to have all of the following occurrences, except for:

A. Endure isolation

B. Suffer injuries

C. Require medical attention

D. Experience harassment

5. Treating a partner as inferior, demanding that their needs always come first, and/or interfering with their partner’s job, personal needs, or family obligations is which form of IPV?

A. Psychological abuse

B. Emotional abuse

C. Entitlement

D. Intimidation

6. Which of the following is a main component of outreach?

A. Engage community members by getting their attention and letting them know why you’re out in the community doing outreach.

B. Locate community members by engaging in a community mapping exercise.

C. Listen to what community members have to say about intimate partner violence and what they think about the issue.

D. All of the above are main components of outreach.

7. LGBTQ and HIV-affected people of color face a “triple jeopardy”: racism from direct service providers and the LGBTQ communities, heterosexism within one’s community of color, and abuse from their partners.

A. True

B. False

8. LGBTQ Black/African American and Latin@ survivors are more likely to seek support to address IPV.

A. True

B. False

9. Because the laws and policies that cover specific service providers or government agencies may vary a great deal, advocates should be prepared to help survivors file complaints of discrimination, or to refer them to LGBTQ-friendly legal help.

A. True

B. False

Community Action Toolkit for Addressing Intimate Partner Violence Against Transgender People

10. Transgender survivors are more likely to face all of the following as a result of IPV, except:

A. Threats / intimidation

B. Homelessness

C. Harassment

D. Police violence

11. Creating fear by using looks, actions, gestures, and destroying personal items, mementos, or photos, breaking windows or furniture, throwing or smashing objects, trashing clothes, or hurting or killing pets is which form of IPV?

A. Intimidation

B. Threats

C. Physical abuse

D. Psychological and emotional abuse

12. Intimate partner violence against transgender men is often more brutal and likelier to result in injury.

A. True

B. False

13. Which of the following is an action of the emergency plan?

A. Avoid staying alone.

B. Plan how to get away if confronted by an abusive partner.

C. If one has to meet their partner, they should do so in a public place.

D. All of the above.

14. All of the following are important papers and items a victim of IPV should take with them if they leave their partner, except for:

A. Marriage license

B. Checkbook

C. Final will and testament

D. Insurance policies

15. Law enforcement agents always have to truthfully answer a person.

A. True

B. False

16. If a person is being stopped and searched by law enforcement, law enforcement can touch the person’s genitals to try to tell what gender they are.

A. True

B. False

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