Grey's Anatomy 
TV Show
TV Show
Updated: May 27, 2024
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned, discussed, implied
Sexual harassment e.g non-consensual grabbing, touching, cat-calling)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sex abuse
Attempted rape
Rape off-screen or strongly implied
Rape on-screen


S1E2: a victim of a rape is shown to have major injuries. It is revealed that she fought off her attacker. S1E3: one of the main characters is kissed without her consent. S2E19: a main character has sex onscreen with an intoxicated woman who is clearly too drunk to consent. S8E20: a patient talks about kidnapping and sexual assault she dealt with as a child. S9E22: in the beginning of the episode, women joke about getting roofied by a guy at a bar. S12E7: a woman hugs and then forcibly kisses a man. He pushes her away and makes an excuse to leave, then avoids her. S12E24: a female character gets drunk and a male coworker takes her home and helps her get into bed. She falls, and he falls on top of her. At that moment, the woman's boyfriend comes home and, seeing the man on top of her, beats him up before he can say anything to defend himself. The woman screams for her boyfriend to stop, but he does not. S13E1: the woman's boyfriend says that he thought the man was sexually assaulting the woman. No actual sexual assault occurs in the episode, but the storyline does deal with the false allegation and belief of it and the physical assault to the man. S13E23: a character recounts a past incident when someone attempted to rape and kill her. S14E20: sexual harassement and assault mentioned at length. S14E21: sexual assault and harassment are mentioned throughout the entire episode. S15E19: sexual assault is discussed with a patient at great length. S16E18: human trafficking of a teen girl central to the theme of the episode. S17E6: human trafficking is a part of the main plot line. A character discusses systemic sexual violence against women of color.

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