Another name for sexual violence is 'gender-based violence.' That is because so often the targets are those who lack power because of their gender: women, children, and transgender people in particular are forced to deal with sexual violence. Understanding how gender functions in our society is important to breaking down the barriers to a world free of sexual violence.Please read content disclaimer
- College Feminists Connect! An intern and student led program of the Minnesota Women's Consortium that connects women's resource centers, campus feminist groups, and individual college feminists across Minnesota.
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- Beyond Title IX Provides guidance to colleges and universities on how best to create and promote a campus norm of interpersonal respect and non-violent relationships.
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