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There is free parking at the Burlington Municipal Court.The Burlington Municipal Court is served by Skagit Transit bus routes 208 and 300.Most of society is familiar with the term Menopause and associate it with the decrease in hormones that women experience after their primary child bearing years.Less talked about, but just as real, men can experience a similar decline called Andropause.To achieve that goal, Skagit DVSAS believes that as a program, we must address the racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, ableism and other forms of oppression that historically have perpetuated the hierarchal nature of our culture and which we believe to be directly related to the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault.Women and men both face changes in sexual health and libido throughout their lifespans.The mission of Skagit Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services is to end domestic violence and sexual assault in our community through empowerment, advocacy, education, awareness and action for social change.Domestic violence is rooted in, and reinforced by, a societal structure that produces profound inequities in roles, relationships, resources and power distribution in intimate partner relationships.
Domestic violence is conduct that cannot be tolerated.Both may develop a marked decrease in sex drive, hair loss, and mood changes.Women may have pain with intercourse, vaginal dryness, difficulty sleeping, issues with memory and concentration, skin changes, anxiety and trouble with temperature regulation and increased risk for osteoporosis.Andropause is primarily associated with a decrease in testosterone.It is estimated that testosterone decreases by about 10% every year, starting at age 30. Men may find they have difficulty getting or maintaining an erection, lack of energy, depression, irritability, loss of strength or muscle mass, increased body fat (especially around the abdomen) and even hot flashes.
Skagit DVSAS believes that to make informed choices for themselves and their children, victims/survivors must have access to safety, advocacy, information about options, and referrals to helping resources.