Monthly Archives: July 2012

View from the Front Line

By Sarah Kaminski It’s 8pm at the end of a long work week, and we start thinking about our plans for the evening. We decide to go for a few drinks. I look in my closet wondering what to wear. Shorts and cardigan? That will work. It’s not like I’m trying to impress anyone, just […]
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How to Support Survivors of Sexual Assault

By: Carly Lanning   In my perfect world, people would respect one another, asking for consent would be as practiced as stopping at a red stop light and relationships would all be built upon love, trust and open communication. In my perfect world survivors of sexual violence would be provided the support and assurance they […]
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Know Yourself

By Coley Bochman A major part of being a healthy sex positive person is knowing your status. I’m not talking about social status or relationship status; I am talking about your STI status. Getting tested regularly is extremely important for having a healthy, happy sexual relationship. There are two types of STIs, bacterial and viral. […]
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Coming Out as a Survivor

By Ryan Price Every time I watch a friend initiate that first discussion with loved ones about being gay, I’m reminded of the great courage it still takes to say two simple words. I’m reminded of the massive fight for honesty we still must wage. I’m reminded of the thousands of men and women still […]
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