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How to Support a Partner Who Has Experienced Sexual Harm

Friday, April 5 at 5:00pm to 6:00pm

Justice Bean Hall, 1201

As a partner, we all want to support our significant others. Some things in relationships are more difficult to discuss than others, such as sexual harm. Through this presentation, peer educators from the UO Sexual Violence Prevention Education (SVPE) and Men's Resource Center (MRC) will give you the tools to better understand sexual trauma and support your partners through that experience.  

In partnership with the UO Residence Hall Association, UO Sexual Violence Prevention Education (SVPE) is facilitating Stay Explicit presentations in the residence halls throughout the month of April for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. 

This workshop is part of the Stay Explicit 201 presentation series from the UO Sexual Violence Prevention Education (SVPE) student team that serves as an extension from the first-year sexual violence prevention programming, Get Explicit 101. Created and facilitated by peer educators, Stay Explicit aims to expand upon conversations around consent, healthy sexuality and relationships, boundaries, and other topics that provide the proper tools, knowledge, and resources to support ourselves, friends, and community.  

For more information about our work and resources on and around campus, follow @uosvpe on Instagram.