Updates

Read up on Men Can Stop Rape's latest activities!

Introducing Where Do You Stand? Package Deals
          

“It's great…In a culture that tends either to grossly blame the victim or partake in a similarly discomfiting “white knight” dependence on men to save the tipsy damsel, these ads are admirably precise in their rhetoric.”

J. Bryan Lowder, Slate Magazine

Brand new WHERE DO YOU STAND? campaign packages are available now. Start the spring semester strong and be the first to order!

  • Inspiring and provocative materials to motivate young men on your campus to become active bystanders to prevent sexism and gender-based violence.
  • Customized banners, floor graphics, posters, & postcards that include your organization’s logo and contact information.
  • Bystander intervention train-the-trainers programs.
  • Each package includes wristbands and free shipping! Special limited-time deals!

For a FREE consultation to find out the best ways to implement WHERE DO YOU STAND? in your community, contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Support the Saving Money and Reducing Tragedies through Prevention Act of 2011

Contact the offices of Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and Representative John Lewis to let them know you support their efforts to prevent violence against women.

Problem

  • The recent Penn State case and subsequent spike in calls to sexual assault hotlines have shined a spotlight on the issue of childhood sexual violence.
  • The recent Department of Justice study, National Survey of Children’s Exposure to Violence, found 1 in 16 children were victimized sexually in the past year, and that 15.5 million children live in two-parent homes where adult partner violence occurred in the previous year.
  • As part of the cycle of violence, approximately one in three adolescent girls in the United States is a victim of physical, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner – a figure that far exceeds victimization rates for other types of violence affecting youth.
  • Children who are exposed to even one type of violence are at far greater risk of experiencing other types of violence, including teen dating violence and then domestic violence.

Read more...  [Support the Saving Money and Reducing Tragedies through Prevention Act of 2011]
 


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