http://www.DateSafeProject.org The DATE SAFE Project founder and speaker works with media around the world for providing unique perspective, insights, and trustworthy guidance for teaching that every person deserves for each sexual experience to be consensual (requested, received, freely given, and wanted between 2 people of legal age and sound mind). In addition, we share the keys and how to skills to effective bystander intervention, sexual harassment, prevention, and helping sexual assault survivors come forward. Watch Mike Domitrz share discussions he has with college students, administrators, parents, and our US Military.
Host Mike Domitrz dives into thought-provoking discussions on respect in today's world and how we can take actions each day for creating a culture of respect throughout our lives - from business to family to education. From 1-on-1 interviews with top experts to group discussions with thought leaders to host Mike Domitrz personally sharing his expertise on current happenings in the world, each episode is an unique listening experience. Your host Mike Domitrz is one of the most sought after experts, authors, and speakers in the world for helping organizations and institutions create a culture of respect. Listeners love the passion Mike shares and the diversity of thought expressed by Mike and his guests. From sexual violence (sexual harassment and sexual assault) to dignity and respect in the workplace for all human beings, the conversation always aims to provide powerful takeaways for listeners.
Each video helps parents (Moms and Dads), educators, teachers, preteens and teens of all genders, expressions, identities, and sexual orientation with topics related to teen dating and sexual decision-making. February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month and so we release a video EVERY DAY to help make a positive impact for middle schools, high schools, and all people who are working to create a culture of consent and respect.
Sexual assault, dating, consent, intimacy, sex, decisions, supporting survivors, intervening when alcohol is being used to try to facilitate a sexual assault and much more is discussed in the "Can I Kiss You?" program on college and university campuses. Rape Prevention, education and awareness is often misunderstood.