Podcasts

Comprehensive Consent with Sarah Casper

Emerging evidence suggests consent education could be an effective form of primary sexual violence prevention.  However, when should that education start and what should it look like? To talk about consent education for younger children is Sarah Casper is our guest. Sarah is a consent educator and the founder of Comprehensive Consent – a brand […]

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The Issue Of Sexual Assault On College Campuses

Dr. Rashmee Singh, an associate professor of Sociology and Legal Studies at Waterloo University in Ontario, Canada, shares her insights on the issue of sexual violence on college campuses that came  collaborative study with several of her colleagues that took an in-depth look at the issue at three Ontario Universities.   Topics covered include: The […]

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How Sexual Consent is Portrayed In Hollywood

Dr. Michele Meek joins Preventionist Deb Bonner to take a closer look at how the media portrays the idea of consent and sexuality. Dr. Meek is an Assistant Professor in the Communication Studies department at Bridgewater State University. She has written numerous articles for publications such as  Ms. Magazine, Script Magazine,  The Good Men Project, […]

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National Alliance To End Sexual Violence

Terri Poore, the Policy Director for the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence joins PCASA preventionist Deb Bonner to discuss  what a national response to sexual violence prevention would look like and what legislation the NAESV is keeping an eye on. Topics covered include: Priorities for Addressing the Needs of Sexual Assault Survivors for the […]

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Engaging Men In Sexual Violence Prevention

Merging evidence is sexual violence prevention increasingly points towards the need to involve men as allies. Sexual violence is widely recognized as a serious public health issue worldwide. It is also widely acknowledged that sexual violence is perpetrated primarily by men against women. So it would stand to reason that any successful primary prevention plan […]

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Make Your Move Missoula

Make Your Move! is an innovative campaign designed to engage men and women as allies to prevent sexual violence in the greater Missoula, MT area.  The program focuses on positive messaging, engaging bystanders and changing social norms.   Preventionist Deb Bonner speaks with Brenna Merrill about Make your Move!   Topics covered include: Why it […]

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