In case you missed it, there have been some heated debates going on the past few weeks about whether or not we can really prevent rape.  Sometimes I get so comfy in my “prevention is possible” bubble that I forget not everyone thinks the same way I do.

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“Many hands make light work” – that’s a phrase you don’t hear enough, right?  If we’re being honest, sometimes many hands also make quite a mess of things.   As someone who tends to want to do things for herself with little help, I sometimes find the collaborative nature of our work to be a bit challenging.  I

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I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the messages that children receive from the world around them.  In our primary prevention work, we attempt to stop or counteract the negative messaging that bombards young people every day.

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Wouldn’t it be nice to have one day where you don’t have to confront racist, sexist, harmful messages?  I had this thought recently as I was traveling for work.  I make it a point to try and catch the local news at least once while I am traveling in a different city.  It’s a good way to find out what importan

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kids jumpingI recently returned from a holiday gathering with my family.  It was wonderful to spend time together.  I was also surrounded by my darling nieces and nephews for 5 days.  Now, I love those kids.  But one thing you need to know about me is that I am a SINK (Single Income No Kids) through and through, and while I love those children as if t

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How do you know if your prevention program is effective?  Are you seeing the positive outcomes that you hoped to see?  Is the program “worth its weight”?  

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How can stories help us in our mission to end sexual violence? 

According to Andy Goodman, nationally recognized author, speaker and consultant in the field of public interest communications, storytelling remains the single most powerful communication tool you possess.

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It’s been a banner week for anti-street harassment work!   And I, for one, am very excited. 

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