Planning for Sexual Assault Awareness Month has entered the second trimester, so to speak, as we are now counting down less than 6 months to April 2013. Whoa baby, the time is flying! On the backstage side of things, we are still in limbo with a number of deadlines leading up to the release of resource materials online and by mail in January. But there have been many planning milestones in recent weeks, and I’d like to provide a sneak peak on the topic of our upcoming campaign resources: Healthy childhood sexual development. 

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Happy National Coming Out Day dear friends! It is on this day, a quarter of a century ago, that thousands of brave folks marched on Washington to demand rights for LGBTQ people.

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On the road again, just can’t wait to get on the road again…

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SAAM planning happens all throughout the year, but for the most part this campaign comes to life each Spring through the participation of communities and advocates. That said, you already know how we feel about endless April, and if you ask this blogger – campaigns supporting social change are always in season. With that in mind, let’s explore some October and upcoming campaigns that I’m falling for this fall:

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This week the Feminism Blog is proud to feature a guest post from Erica Rich, NSVRC Training Specialist, and a former sexual health education professional and coordinator of an LGBTQ youth group.

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As we celebrate LGBT History Month, I am so excited to highlight the NSVRC’s latest information and resource packet,

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The NSVRC bloggers are very excited for LGBTQ History Month. Each year, October promises a month of valuing the history of the LGBT movement and the accomplishments of LGBT-identified icons.

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Recent news reports teem with commentary on the actions of Boy Scouts of America to cover up years of child sexual abuse allegations. Referred to as the “Perversion Files,” reports of adults sexually abusing scouts spanned decades, from 1970-1991.

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