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Talking to Your Child About Pornography

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"Overall, exposure to pornography creates unrealistic expectations of sexual activity for both men and women. As a parent, it’s important to have an open and honest discussion about pornography." This page offers some strategies for approaching the subject. 
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Coaching Boys into Men Playbook

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This Playbook provides "teach-easy" tactics and teachable moments to illustrate ways coaches can role model and promote healthy choices and relationships among youth.
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Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault

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This webpage provides information about substances being used by perpetrators to compromise an individual's ability to consent to sexual activity. Safety tips for safe drinking are included.
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The Culture Wheel

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By examining the many ways society reinforces the use of power and control, those using the wheel can identify actions that might be taken on personal, cultural and institutional levels to end the tolerance of battering.
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Te Invito: Engaging Men to Prevent Violence toolkit

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The toolkit is a comprehensive resource for working with Latino men in the U.S. with original audio-visual materials in Spanish and English that can be used in local campaigns. It also includes sections on the rationale for working with Latino men, cultural consideration for doing the work, and ideas on how to take action at the individual and institutional levels. The toolkit also includes a collection of tools and materials for working with Latino men that have been developed by various organizations in the U.S. and in Latin-America.
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The Primer: Helping Victims of Domestic Violence and Child Abuse in Polygamous Communities

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This resource was designed to assist human services professionals, law enforcement officers and others in helping victims of domestic violence and child abuse from polygamous communities in Arizona and Utah.
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Model Workplace Policy On Employer Responses to Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking

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This model policy outlines guidelines for workplace responses to victims/survivors of violence and perpetrators of violence.
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Bringing NO MORE To Your School

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This one-hour webinar is free and provides information, resources, and tools for students interested in raising awareness and action around ending domestic violence and sexual assault on their campuses or in their local communities.
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Social Responses to Gender-Based Violence

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This fact sheet addresses the need for an integrated, community response to the prevention of gender-based violence (GBV) and describes the social response to GBV in several categories including health care, working with perpetrators, media information and awareness campaigns, education and community networks and interventions.
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Barriers to Leaving an Abusive Relationship

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This brochure outlines the reasons why a survivor may struggle with leaving an abusive relationship.