Monday, 01 April, 2019
“Speak About It!” a true-to-life look at consent and healthy relationships will take place at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 1, in the Cook Hall Auditorium.
The hour-long performance is an inclusive, sex-positive, affirmative and true-to-life look at consent and healthy relationships. The performance educates, empowers, and entertains audience members by encouraging openness and communication among peers and partners. Five diverse educators engage students on a peer-to-peer level, delivering humorous, honest and impactful skits and monologues written by real students that educate about healthy relationships, the importance of consent and the realities around alcohol and sexual assault.
Paired with practical examples of how to get consent and bystander intervention tactics, the show is widely relatable and sparks dynamic conversation among students about how to end sexual violence in their own communities.
Learn more here.