Healthy Sexuality & Sexual Violence Prevention
Looking for a great way to get involved in preventing sexual misconduct and promoting healthy relationships on campus?
Join faculty, staff, and students who care about creating healthy relationships and communities. This committed group will gather once a term for dinner and conversation. Learn about and discuss issues related to sexual misconduct, healthy relationships, and supportive communities so that you will be a visible and informed resource in our community.
The GSC has a great menu of hour-long workshops you can host. They cover topics like sexuality, gender, sexual violence prevention, sexual pleasure, etc. Talk with your RA about bringing a workshop to your floor, or get a group of friends together and host one yourself!
- Created 8 September 2010; Published 16 November 2010Not On Our Campus
Everyone wants a safe campus, right? A few years ago, a group of concerned students organized against instances of sexual violence at Carleton and created a movement called “Not on our Campus” to express the idea that Carleton should be a place free of sexual violence.
Sexual misconduct isn’t something that only happens between strangers. In fact, it happens mostly between acquaintances, it happens to both men and women, in same-sex relationships as well as heterosexual relationships. In this 2010 New Student Week program, current Carleton students shared stories and advice and discussed how sexual violence affects members of our community and what we can do about it.