Connect. Respect. Prevent sexual violence. The 2012 SAAM campaign encouraged communities and individuals to join the conversation on healthy sexuality.
Campaign tools and resources promote positive expressions of sexuality and healthy behaviors. This encourages consensual, respectful, and informed sexual interactions and behaviors. Your conversations can build safe, healthy relationships and communities.
This overview provides a framework for promoting healthy sexuality as an approach to sexual violence prevention. Also available in Spanish.
This guide provides guidance and practical tools for discussing healthy sexuality within the context of sexual violence for advocates, counselors, prevention educators, and activists.
This glossary outlines key terms and definitions for understanding healthy human sexuality. Also available in Spanish.
This resource list provides links to other websites, organizations and materials for more information on healthy human sexuality.
This fact sheet provides an overview for parents and caregivers on how to your children about healthy sexual development. Also available in Spanish.
This fact sheet highlights the importance of consent in healthy sexual interactions and provides information on defining and establishing consent. Also available in Spanish.
This fact sheet discusses the impact of gender norms on sexuality and examples of how healthier, less restrictive gender norms can prevent violence and promote healthy relationships. Also available in Spanish.
This fact sheet provides an overview of sexuality in later life and information and resources to promote health and safety for older adults. Also available in Spanish.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month Proclamation (Customizable)
Reporting on sexual violence is a difficult task and we appreciate the media’s commitment to doing so with integrity. The NSVRC created a packet for journalists about reporting on sexual violence.
For additional campaign planning tools and tips, join the conversation at the SAAM blog. To request a resource CD, join our mailing list by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Many resources are also available in Spanish.