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You are my Person of the Year. You are my Silence Breaker.

Today’s cover of TIME Magazine named the “Silence Breakers” as Person of the Year. These are the men and women who added their voice to a growing conversation about sexual violence as a part of the #MeToo movement.  You don’t need to be on the...

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A Friend Was Sexually Assaulted: What do I do?

What You Need To Know: When a friend discloses to you, you may feel a range of emotions: shock, surprise, denial, sadness or anger. Whatever you are feeling, it’s normal and natural. But don’t let your emotions stand in the way of being a supportive,...

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Me Too? An Open Letter to Alyssa Milano

Dear Alyssa, First of all, thank you for dedicating your platform to making space for a conversation about sexual violence by sparking off the #MeToo hashtag last night (EDITED: which was originally started by Tarana Burke.). I have no doubt your heart is in a good...

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Evolving The Enliven Project

What if we could normalize conversations about sexual violence among young men? What would the world look like for survivors? What would it look like for perpetrators or potential perpetrators? How might organizations and communities transform themselves as a result?...

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The Uncomfortable Conversation Video Project

Talk About it: A Video Campaign The Uncomfortable Conversation, Inc. seeks partners on a ground-breaking video campaign designed to spark and support practical conversations about sexual violence among Millennial men (ages 15-25). This campaign will help advance...

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Even the most compassionate men and women struggle with what to say when it comes to sexual violence.