Sunflower close up Sexual assault awareness month has passed, but the topic of healthy sexuality is still in full bloom.

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rainbow over cloudsI had the distinct pleasure and privilege to see Maya Angelou speak at a local event last year. It is, to-date, the only time that I have been 100% captivated by a speaker.

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rainbow-bowlsLast week I had my first chance to attend PCAR's LGBTQ Summit. In its second year the summit theme was "Bringing Sexual Violence Out of the Closet." Leading up, I was so excited for this learning opportunity because we built it like none other I've experienced.

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In my last posting, Tulip Invasion: Resources for Survivors, I mentioned my shear annoyance in dealing with the never ending tulip bulbs in my flower bed. In my frustration over the bulbs, I will admit that I missed what’s going on with my beautiful Azaleas. The Azaleas are my true treasure. I love their colors and complete brilliance.

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girl and boy talkingAs I mentioned in a previous post, I had the great fortune of attending the Build Peace conference at MIT in April.  There were many peacebuilding

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No boys allowed signYou know misandry? The counter to misogyny—you know it, right?

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April comes and goes quickly in the world of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This year was particularly exciting as new voices, allies and partners helped to spread the word about SAAM. To close out this year’s campaign, it’s time to look back at an amazing month of activities and look forward with a vision for what’s ahead.

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Vice President Joseph BidenLast week, I had the opportunity to attend the Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault release at the White House.  After recovering from the excit

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powerpoint-slideThe Preventionista offered a great recap of the Build Peace Conference a few weeks ago.

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As I was contemplating this next blog, I kept thinking of the annoying tulip bulbs that keep popping up every year around this time in front of my house. Despite my effort to rid my flower bed of them, there they are, back with a vengeance.  Whoever planted them before me has given me something that I can’t seem to get rid of.

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