“Frisky Business” Prevention Workshop: Sexual Communication - Event Details

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“Frisky Business” Prevention Workshop: Sexual Communication

Location: Hale 'Ikena Lounge

This workshop will help participants identify or clarify their own beliefs and values related to sexual assault, sexual harassment & sexual abuse as they consider and discuss a variety of both provocative and common college sexual scenarios. Students will learn what their peers think about when behavior crosses a line. Traditional myths about sexual assault will be de-bunked.

Speakers:
Andrew Polloi, Counselor, Student Health & Wellness Programs and Advisor, Men of Strength
Dr. Sulma Gandhi, Director for Student Health & Wellness Programs

For more information, contact: kerrimn@hawaii.edu 808-896-5791

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