Learning how to shift from rape culture towards consent culture.
Teen relationship abuse is a pervasive issue among our country’s youth, indiscriminate of socioeconomic status, location, race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Across the nation, one in three teenagers (approximately 1.5 million high school students per year) experience some form of abuse from a dating partner or friend. Alarmingly, only one in three of these teens actually tell someone about the abuse they’re experiencing. The impacts of teen relationship abuse can affect individuals and communities long after the abuse stops, so we want equip our communities with the tools for prevention.