PHUN General Meeting 4 26 2019 What is

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PHUN General Meeting 4. 26. 2019

PHUN General Meeting 4. 26. 2019

What is Left! ▫ 4. 26. 19 2019 -2020 Electictions -Beach Social right after!

What is Left! ▫ 4. 26. 19 2019 -2020 Electictions -Beach Social right after! ▫ 4. 30. 19 Consent is Key ▫ 5. 3. 19 PHUN’s Last meeting ▫ 5. 10. 19 Formal 2

Reminders!

Reminders!

Active Minds Meetings: Thursday at 1 pm! 4

Active Minds Meetings: Thursday at 1 pm! 4

Formal Please RSVP as soon as possible! When: May 10 th Where: TSU Pub

Formal Please RSVP as soon as possible! When: May 10 th Where: TSU Pub Time: 6 -9 pm Theme: Casino Night! 5

SEND PHOTOS TO MARTHA Csufphun@gmail. com GROUPME Take 5 minutes right now! 6

SEND PHOTOS TO MARTHA [email protected] com GROUPME Take 5 minutes right now! 6

Consent is Key

Consent is Key

Date: Tuesday, April 30 th Location: Titan. Walk Table #4 Time: 9: 30 am

Date: Tuesday, April 30 th Location: Titan. Walk Table #4 Time: 9: 30 am - 12: 00 pm

What is Consent? ● Consent is an agreement between participants to engage in sexual

What is Consent? ● Consent is an agreement between participants to engage in sexual activity ● Consent Fries: ● F: Freely Given - Consenting is a choice you make without pressure, manipulation, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol. ● I: Informed - You can only consent to something if you have the full story ● E: Enthusiastic – One should only do stuff they WANT to do, not things they feel they are expected to do ● S: Specific – Saying yes to one thing does not mean giving consent to do others

Consent in Real Life Not Consenting Positive Consent ● ● Communicating “Yes” or I’m

Consent in Real Life Not Consenting Positive Consent ● ● Communicating “Yes” or I’m opening to trying” All individuals being sober ● ● Someone under the age of 18 Someone incapacitated due to drugs and/or alcohol Pressuring someone into saying yes Being in a relationship does not imply consent

Sexual Assault Sexual assault is any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs

Sexual Assault Sexual assault is any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs without explicit consent. ● One misconception is that only rape is considered to be sexual assault, but sexual assault ranges from: ○ Sexual harassment ○ Stalking ○ Groping ○ Unwanted advances/comments ●

Statistics ● ● ● Someone in the U. S. is sexually assaulted every 98

Statistics ● ● ● Someone in the U. S. is sexually assaulted every 98 seconds On average, there are 321, 500 individuals (aged 12 or older) that experience some form of sexual assault each year 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men experience some form of sexual assault in their lifetime Rape is the most under-reported crime: 63% of sexual assaults are not reported Eight out of 10 rapes are committed by someone the victim knows.

On college campuses ● Studies show that students are at the highest risk of

On college campuses ● Studies show that students are at the highest risk of sexual assault in the first few months during their first year ● 11. 2% of all students experience some form of sexual assault through physical, violence, or incapacitation ○ 23. 1% -- Females ○ 5. 4% - Males ○ 24% - Transgender ● 10% of college students reported experiencing some form of intimate partner violence

Debunking myths

Debunking myths

thank you! Any Questions? References ● RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incent National Network) ○

thank you! Any Questions? References ● RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incent National Network) ○ https: //www. rainn. org/statistics ● Office of Women’s Health ○ https: //www. womenshealth. gov/relationships-and-safety/sexual-assault-andrape/college-sexual-assault ● Planned Parenthood ○ https: //www. plannedparenthood. org/learn/sex-and-relationships/sexualconsent/how-do-i-talk-about-consent

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