On the June 27th episode of HBO’s “True Blood” TV series, the ending sexual scene was extremely violent. The character “Bill” twists the female vampires head and neck around as he is forcibly penetrating her. Making the scene equally concerning for many people was the fact the female vampire was smiling throughout the intense scene – while Bill’s character was clearly acting out in VENGEANCE against her.
If you are a parent or the teacher of teenagers, you know how much they take pride in being correct and in proving adults wrong. Rightfully so. After all, society loves to make cliche statements to them such as, “When you get in the REAL WORLD.” Their world is very real.
Have you seen all the great YouTube videos providing solutions to the Oil Crisis in the Gulf? Let us take on this same challenge with addressing sexual assault and ending sexual violence.
Since Chris Brown’s performance on the BET Awards last night, many fans, critics, and the media are talking about whether Chris Brown has learned from the violence he assaulted Rihanna with previously. NO ONE can know that answer! Yes, no one – not even Chris Brown.
Parenting Unplugged just had Mike Domitrz, the Executive Director of The Date Safe Project Inc, on their show to reveal unique and helpful strategies for parents of tweens and teens. Listen to the thought-provoking interview below. You will get lots of great ideas you will want to implement immediately with your family. If you are a teacher, you will find the tips helpful for when school starts back up in the Fall.
Family life has one of the biggest influences on the men and women in our military. Providing useful and insightful resources which can give our military members with teenagers real solutions to challenges in their home leads to more focused & well-rounded military members.
More and more military installations are having The Date Safe Project, Inc and Mike Domitrz to provide an educational package which is truly all inclusive. The military gets fantastic training, teens of our military members get a whole new approach to decision-making, and their parents gain simple skills to reinforcing positive choices back in the home. For installations who want to provide their men and women the ultimate experience and growth opportunity, they will often do at least the following: