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STOP Violence Program
EMERGENCY HOTLINE:
307-766-STOP (7867)
Office Hours: 8am-5pm
Dean of Students Office
Department 3135
Knight Hall 118
1000 E. University Ave
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-3296
Email: mselheim@uwyo.edu

Sexual Violence

The following programs offer education and information about sexual violence, including: sexual assault, rape, consent, healthy sexual behavior, and much more.  These Stop Violenceprograms are easily adaptable to fit the needs of your audience.  New program can also be created specifically for you if you have specific expectations.  If you would like to schedule a program about sexual violence, please contact the STOP Violence Program Coordinator.

Sexy Can I?

Afraid that stopping to ask for consent is going to kill the mood?  Don't put yourself at risking for committing sexual assault and come find new and sexy ways to make sure that you and your partner want the same thing!

Sexual Jeopardy

What is sexual assault?  Do you know the answer to this question?  Put yourself to the test Jeopardy-style in this interactive game where knowing about sexual violence will make you a winner!

Sex May Be a Drive, But It Doesn't Give You a License

Want to do something to help end sexual violence on campus?  Both men and women can make a difference in preventing sexual assault and increasing protective factors.  Figure out how in this discussion-based, interactive program.

Sex in the Dark

Ever had a question about sex or the opposite sex that you were too embarrassed to ask?  Here's your chance for real, honest answers!  Turn in your question anonymously and wait for the experts to answer your question!

Sex and Alcohol

What happens when you mix alcohol and sex?  What are the consequences?  And just how difficult is it to properly use a condom under the influence?

Sex Tac Toe

A fun interactive game that is a twist on the traditional Tic-Tac-Toe. Teams answer questions or complete activities in the following categories: Phone Sex, Hot Talk, HIV/AIDS, Dear Dr. Love, ACTION, He Said/She Said, STDs, Contraception and Go For It.

I Was a Bystander

Have you ever been a bystander?  Would you know what to do if you saw a situation that coule lead to sexual assault?  Get the tools to do something about sexual violence before it happens!

 

Relationship Violence

The following programs offer education and information about relationship violence, including: domestic violence, emotional abuse, healthy relationships, healthy communication, and much more.  These programs are easily adaptable to fit the needs of your audience.  New program can also be created specifically for you if you have specific expectations.  If you would like to schedule a program about sexual violence, please contact the STOP Violence Program Coordinator.

Love Me Tender

Relationship violence may sound like something that doesn't’t happen to college students.  In reality, 1 in 5 college relationships are abusive.  Using interactive scenarios, learn what you can do to help someone who is a victim of relationship violence.

What Lies Beneath

A lot more happens behind closed doors than we realize.  Are you or your friends at risk for relationship violence?  Do you really know what lies beneath?

Love the Way You Lie

With recent popularity of the Rihanna/Chris Brown and Charlie Sheen domestic violence cases, as well as hits such as "Love the Way You Lie," we will take a look at the portrayal of domestic violence in the media and the messages those portrayals send.

Sound Relationships

There are tons of examples of what good and bad relationships are all around us, if we just take the time to look at them and see what they offer.  Take a look at the Billboard's Top 40 and see what songs offer positive examples of relationships and which do not.

 

Stalking

The following programs offer education and information about sexual violence, including: stalking, technology and stalking, protecting yourself, safe online dating, and much more.  These programs are easily adaptable to fit the needs of your audience.  New program can also be created specifically for you if you have specific expectations.  If you would like to schedule a program about sexual violence, please contact the STOP Violence Program Coordinator.

Me and My Shadow

Stalking can terrify even the most grounded of people.  Would you know what to do if you had a stalker?  How do you protect yourself?  Find out in this interactive discussion about the real dangers of stalking.

A/S/L?

With online dating providing one of the top three ways for singles to meet (after school/work and friend/family member), nearly 1 out of every 5 singles in the Unites States have dates someone they met online.  Do you have what it takes to make sure you’re staying safe in this new dating world?

Facebook Me

With social networking at an all-time high, how do you protect yourself online, not just from potential stalkers but from future employers who may not like pictures of you chugging a beer or mooning the camera?

 

Related Topics

The following programs offer education and information about additional topics related to violence prevention and healthy relationships and sexual behavior, including: examining how sexual and relationship violence come together in a college environment, what students can do to help prevent violence on campus, the connection between violence and diversity, and much more.  These programs are easily adaptable to fit the needs of your audience.  New program can also be created specifically for you if you have specific expectations.  If you would like to schedule a program about sexual violence, please contact the STOP Violence Program Coordinator.

Everyday Aggression

See everyday advertisements, songs, movies, and more in a new light!  Popular culture plays a significant role in how we look at sexual and relationship violence.  It is materialized in everyday images and messages that can distort our perception of what is dangerous.  Find out how to keep yourself safe and recognize these underlying messages.

House Party

Everyone loves a party! Mix and mingle with other people on campus and see if you have the skills to survive this rockin’ house  party!

STOP Violence Bingo

BINGO!  Test your knowledge about sexual violence, relationship violence and stalking in this fun interpretation of a classic game.

30 Days Challenge

Challenge yourself this month to do something every day to help raise awareness for sexual and relationship violence, whether on an individual, relationship, or community level.  Join the fight against sexual and relationship violence and complete the 30 Days Challenge today!

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