10-9-06 (Guest Speaker) - Understanding Sexual Violence To...

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Understanding Sexual Violence To help you understand the definition of sexual violence and GT’s emphasis on consent. www.womenscenter.gatech.edu Lunch and Learn- October 19 th , Noon, WRC College students are still learning about sex and relationships. You can role model healthy attitudes and good relationships. You can also be prepared to support a friend who experiences sexual violence. What do you think when you hear the term “sexual violence”? www.voice.gatech.edu Sexual contact without consent. Sexual harassment- may or may not include physical contact. Verbal comments, nonverbal gestures, physical contact, quid pro quo. When a person is afraid or concerned for his/her safety because he/she has been repeatedly: Followed or spied on, watched from afar, waited for outside or inside the places he/she goes, such as residence hall, classes, or work, received unsolicited phone calls, sent unsolicited e-mails, IM messages or letters. 1-in-4 college age women have been the victim of sexual assault or attempted sexual
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course HPS 1040 taught by Professor Surrency during the Fall '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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