It is not enough to not be a perpetrator of sexual harassment. Being a bystander or witness to inappropriate behavior warrants respectful action. If you see someone being harassed, become an advocate for the victim. This article will tell you how.
In the #MeToo era, parents are conflicted with defending their sons when accused of sexual harassment and holding them accountable for their actions. Tips to talking candidly about sexual harassment involve teaching them about enthusiastic consent, honoring their own privilege and setting healthy boundaries.
Changing our basic power structure can move us beyond our rape culture to prevent sexual violence in the world into which our kids will grow up. Bystanders are critical in becoming a heard voice towards equalizing the societal imbalances of power.
American schools do not consistently provide high quality comprehensive sex-ed. In the absence of quality education, so many teens learn from watching pornography and when nearly 90% of porn scenes contain some amount of violence against women, it’s no wonder we have a dating violence and sexual assault problem. Watch these clips to see if [...]
Addressing sexual harassment starts with getting on the same page. Currently, men and women don’t have the same views of what constitutes sexual harassment, and it is imperative that they do.