STOP Violence Program
SAFE Project 24-hr HOTLINE:
Walk-In Hours: 10am-4pm
Dean of Students Office
Knight Hall 118
1000 E. University Ave
Laramie, WY 82071
Highly debated and controversial around the world, Slut Walks started as a way to take back the term 'slut,' which has traditionally been used as a shameful moniker for those who are sexually promiscuous, be it for work or pleasure. Primarily, it is women who have suffered under the burden of this label and flippant insult. Slut Walks aim to reverse 'slut-shaming' and being judged by ones sexuality and feeling unsafe as as result. Being in charge of one's sexual life does not mean that one is opening oneself up to an expectation of violence, regardless if we participate in sex for pleasure or work. No one should equate enjoying sex with attracting sexual assault.
Learn more about the Slut Walk movement here.
The mission of the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Campaign is to create a unique and powerful public experience that educates individuals and communities about the causes of sexual violence, provides them with prevention and remediation strategies, and empowers them to further develop and implement these knowledge and skills interpersonally and politically.
Learn more about the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Campaign here.
Take Back the Night seeks to: end sexual violence in all of its forms, including sexual assault, sexual abuse, dating violence, and domestic violence; empower survivors in the healing process and inspire responsibility in all; and create safe communities and respectful relationships through awareness events and initiatives.
Learn more about Take Back the Night here.