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Mike Domitrz, CSP
The Center for Respect, Inc.
P.O. Box 269
Mukwonago, WI 53149-0269
As you know, finding an educational and engaging program for the men and women on your base can be difficult because you have single individuals, people in committed relationships who are not married, and you have married couples. One of the best aspects of the “Can I Kiss You?” program and Mike Domitrz’s approach is “Asking First”, “Opening a Door,” and “Being a Friend” works no matter what kind of a relationship you are in or are not in.
The front of the shirts reads, Can I Kiss You? The back of the shirts reads, Do You Ask? – Take One Moment to Care
While at South Dakota National Guard Armory in Sioux Falls, SD, Keloland Television interviewed Mike Domitrz about the “Can I Kiss You?” program. Keloland High
The thing I love most about working to end violence against women is that I know I am making a difference, even if it is only in my little corner of the world. I can see it in how people change their behavior and I have experienced it when I reached out to an Advocate for help when I was sexually assaulted.