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These two examples show how we can use our knowledge of risk and protective factors to prevent sexual violence in the real world.

Recipients include organizer Mariame Kaba, Colorado Senator Faith Winter, Cosby prosecutor Kristen Gibbons Feden, and Star Tribune Reporters

Risk and protective factors are a framework of things that can increase or decrease the likelihood of sexual violence perpetration.

This guest blog post is reposted with permission from Sharon M. Wasco, PhD. The original post appeared on Dr.

Three books about consent to check out during Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Parents play a critical role in teaching their kids about consent, respect, and boundaries.