It is tough to face the reality that this is happening in our small, happy world of powerlifting, but it is. USA Powerlifting has a zero tolerance policy for sexual harassment (as do the majority of other sports federations) and they will work to preserve victims’ identities from the public and perpetrators. To report an individual, email the USA Powerlifting National Office (nationaloffice @ usapowerlifting.com). - #Repost @ohilyssa [abridged] ・・・ It’s recently come to my attention that a well-known powerlifting coach and an acquaintance on social media, Stephen Correa (@s_correajr), has been sexually harassing his clients through means that vary from sending nude photos, to graphic videos, to much worse. Completely without consent. Eight (8) women have come forward. I’ve spoken with several of the women, who wish to remain anonymous, about their experiences for which they have visual proof and receipts. (I have seen the proof—not that it matters—and there is no consent) Other current clients have been reached out to, and several of them have chosen to do nothing. What’s more, there is also visual proof that Stephen’s wife, Lili, is both aware and a soliciting participant in the sexual harassment of these former clients... I urge you to speak out, speak up, and stand against abuse and harassment. I urge you to call out this behavior and members of the team. I urge you to get uncomfortable if it means defending survivors.