What are you doing to stop physical aggression, date rape, and sexual assault in your community and on your nearby college campus?
Physical aggression occurs in 1 out of 3 young adult dating relationships. Date rape accounts for nearly 70% of all sexual assaults reported by adolescent and college-age women. Countless young adults are subjected to emotional abuse from their boyfriends or girlfriends, severely damaging their self-esteem and making them feel powerless. Who therefore are you empowering and preventing from being another sad statistic? Will your wife, daughter, or son be the next victim of date rape or sexual assault?
As a young man who was sexually assaulted and raped himself; I recognize the need to boldly, wisely and humorously tackle the taboo subject of date rape and sexual assault many shun and run from.
Confronting the stereotypes, subtleties, seductive tendencies, and secrets regarding sexuality leading up to date rape and sexual assault, it is necessary we give young adults a fresh and insightful look at the nuances that need to be addressed to honor, preserve, and protect our sexuality.
Moreover we must examine the psychology and sociology of power and lust that drives men to pursue sexual conquest, while differentiating between overbearing masculinity and maintaining one’s manly honor and integrity. It is paramount that we take a deep look at the pathway and precursors to male domination en route to sexual exploitation of women.
The disturbing prevalence of campus sexual assault shatters the illusion college campuses are sanctuaries of safety from the real world. Providing meaningful education and awareness to both sexes, we must not hesitate to address the male ego and sexuality, provide meaningful steps to establish proper perimeters relationally, minimize the abuse of women in courtship and socially, while simultaneously identifying crucial factors necessary to prevent being overcome by sexual predators.
It is necessary that we facilitate and opens up heartfelt discussions between the sexes by dealing with misnomers, presumptions, false interpretations, mischaracterizations, and miscommunication relationally that often misdirects our actions sexually and endangers us unnecessarily. By graciously and candidly addressing the problems and complexities related to sexual victimization scarring children, adolescents, and adults worldwide we undoubtedly can make a huge difference in the lives of many.
Discover the facts about domestic violence, acquaintance rape, and drug use by sexual predators so you can prevent and conquer any undesirable attempt for sexual conquest against your will.
For the sake of your own well being, the safety of your students on your local college campus, the public health, and general welfare of all sexes; you owe it to yourself and your community to speak powerfully to the peculiarities that precede and lead up to sexual assault and date rape. By being proactive, taking necessary precautions, and initiating a preventative approach you can save someone’s life and maintain the dignity of the sexes within your community.
Stop being victimized and start being victorious by taking back your campus and community from sexual predators.
Paul F. Davis is a worldwide speaker who has touched over 50 countries & 6 continents building bridges cross-culturally and empowering people throughout the earth to live their dreams! Paul is the author of 17 life-changing books including Healthy Relationships and Empowering & Liberating Women. Paul is an exceptional and frequently requested speaker for college student success with great depth, speaking on a variety of important topics vital to sustaining the health of any college campus and community.
Paul is a personal, powerful, and unforgettable speaker able to impact any audience. Paul has appeared on numerous international broadcasts from Oprah & Friends to Fox News to talk about relational intricacies, conflict resolution, peacemaking, and diplomacy.
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Paul empowers us to value our integrity, uphold every individual’s personal dignity, interact respectfully, love passionately, and live honorably.