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National Picture Book Month

While we all wish to protect children from the scary things that happen in our world this can leave them unprepared to recognize their rights, their power, and to know when something bad is happening to them. Giving our children knowledge and opening up age-appropriate…


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The Legacy of Abuse

After two years of investigation, a Pennsylvania grand jury report has brought to light over 1,000 cases of abuse of children by 300 Catholic priests over the last 70 years. In the words of the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, it is…


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Sex Work vs. Sexual Exploitation

What is Sex Work? Sex work and human trafficking cannot and should not be conflated. Sex work can involve sex and physical touching, webcam or phone sex, dancing, and many other consensual, sexual activities. The line between sex work and sexual exploitation is that line…


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Seminar for Parents and Guardians: How to Talk to Your Children About Consent and Sexual Assault

Our kids have access to information and media about sex and relationships earlier than ever before. That’s why we’re hosting our own seminar about “the talk!” This seminar is free and will be suitable for parents and guardians of children of all ages. Kids are…


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Only Yes Means Yes

By Ry Rivard  This article is from Inside Higher Ed. A bill that’s passed the California Senate with the backing of a powerful lawmaker would require many of California’s 2.3 million college students to make sure they have a “yes” — not just not a “no”…


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