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Sexual Assault Education Isn’t Just For Girls

It's Sexual Assault Awareness Month and every teen should be learning how to respect one another's bodies and right to choose when to engage in sexual activity. Sexual assault education that focuses on ways in which girls should protect themselves is just another form of victim-blaming. More » Post from: Mommyish
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Lowering Sexual Assault on College Campuses and in the Military Starts in Elementary School

Society & Culture : Huffington Post: Impact Blog (2 weeks ago)

As the brother of a sexual assault survivor, seeing the mainstream media, the federal government, and the public at large begin to engage in a conversation on sexual assault and rape is encouraging. Everyday we see new ideas and pro... Read Post

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Introduction to a Guest Series

Issues & Causes / Feminism : Feministe (4 years ago)

As many of you already know, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. All over, people will be holding awareness raising events, engaging in activism, telling stories about their own experiences with sexual violence, and wearing tur... Read Post

Teen Pregnancies, Abortions Plunge with Free Birth Control

Health : Newswise Medical News (7 hours ago)

Teens who received free contraception and were educated about the pros and cons of various birth control methods were dramatically less likely to get pregnant, give birth or get an abortion compared with other sexually active teens,... Read Post


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