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13 Reasons to Change the Outcome

As one of my first posts, I didn’t think that I would be writing about an ever-debatable television show. But this isn’t just about that battle, it’s the battle about the backward thinking about mental illness and the display of such things in the media. 1,009 more words

13 Reasons Why

Bystander Intervention Could Be the Answer to Sexual Assault Prevention

Bystander intervention is another method we can use to get the whole public engaged in eradicating sexual assault. Often people aren’t interested in social issues because they feel as if there’s nothing they can do to help fix them, and if there is something they can do, the solution often isn’t simple. 320 more words

Speaking Out About Sexual Assault

April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.

Silence doesn’t always make things better and time doesn’t always make things go away.

At an Army panel…

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Sharing Messages During Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Each year the university hosts events during April for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Center for Health Education and Wellness spearheads these efforts. Our office helps promote the events beforehand. 190 more words

Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Week at Metropolitan State April 17-20

The Women’s and LGBTQ Student Resources Center presents Sexual Assault and Awareness Prevention, which will will run from April 17 to April 20.  For information on each event, please check out the poster below.  21 more words


Voices: No one is immune to sexual assault. I should know.

I’m a young man, and I was raped by someone I knew my first year of high school. Having no idea what would happen to me, or what to do, I kept silent and felt powerless. 776 more words