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FratMANers: How We Can All Help Prevent Sexual Violence at SDSU

This is one of 3 sexual violence presentations that you can request for your student group.

Health Promotion presentations are available to the campus community wherever you want to promote health and wellness! 

Do you want a free presentation about sexual violence?  SDSU's Department of Health Promotion offers the FratMANers presentation year-round. Our trained FratMANers (Fraternity Men Against Negative Environments and Rape Situations) Members can come to speak with your student group!

FratMANers presentations empower students to take responsibility for their own sexual health, providing both the education and the skills necessary to have a healthier sex life. FratMANers presentations are appropriate for all-male, all-female, mixed groups, and LGBTQ participants. 

This presentation will provide the following:

  • A realistic approach to sexual assault on-campus
  • Clarification of misconceptions & awareness raising about rape, potential rape situations, and sexual assault
  • A discussion of rape myths and how to combat these in your community
  • Definitions of mutual consent for sexual activity and a discussion what consent actually looks like
  • An explanation of the "Yes Means Yes" policy
  • Encouragement of audience members to become aware and take responsibility for challenging social issues related to rape
  • Information about on and off-campus resources for survivors of sexual violence

    Find out how to schedule a FratMANers presentation for your student group!

     
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    Title IX compliance

    San Diego State University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, or sexual orientation in its education programs or activities. The safety of our students is our highest priority, and we are committed to ensuring that sexual violence stops on our campus and in the broader society. [more]

    Also see

    Learn more about sexual violence prevention awareness and resources including what constitutes consent, victim resources, and related on-campus events like Take Back the Night and the White Ribbon Campaign.