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Presentations and Trainings

People Against Rape is actively working toward educating and engaging the community in the awareness and prevention of sexual assault. We work with middle and high schools, colleges, community organizations, law enforcement, SAPR advocates, prisons and jails, religious organizations, and more.  We look forward to the opportunity to work with you.

 We encourage you to read our list of current educational presentations, but PAR is also able to cater a presentation to your specific needs and audience.  With questions or requests, please contact PAR's Prevention and Education Coordinator at

Sexual Assault 101

  • Defines important terms, including: sexual assault, rape, sexual harassment, stalking, and consent
  • Provides resources, including confidential/anonymous ones, for students and professionals to utilize
  • Encourages students or professionals to help other survivors and work against rape culture



  • Defines consent and how it relates to sexual assault
  • Develops ways we can ask our partner(s) for consent
  • Identifies what does and does not constitute consent
  • Addresses the relationship between alcohol, drugs, and consent
  • Explains the benefits and necessity of consent


Working with Survivors in the LGBTQIA+ Community

  • Gives an in-depth look at LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans+, Queer and Questioning, Intersex, Asexual+) identities and provides definitions
  • Covers common myths and prejudice against the community
  • Explores reasons for underreporting and revictimization in the community
  • Calls on the audience to develop better practices and methods to serve victims in the queer community


Bystander Intervention

  • Identifies reasons backed by research on why we don't intervene when there is risk of a sexual assault occurring
  • Establishes a variety of ways we can be an active bystander, including scenarios and the three D's: distract, delegate and direct
  • Discusses the value of being an "upstander"


The Harm of Gender Stereotypes 

  • Breaks down gender stereotypes and how they negatively impact our society
  • Looks at the media's perception of gender and sexuality and analyze its effects 
  • Breaks down common stereotypes about men and sexual assault
  • Calls men and boys to action in the prevention of sexual assault and the deconstruction of rape culture


Healthy Relationships

  • Presents statistics of intimate partner violence and sexual assault and debunks widespread myths
  • Identifies warning signs of abuse and where to find help
  • Explains the importance of setting and respecting boundaries
  • Characterizes what a healthy relationship should look like and emphasizes that everyone deserves one


Self Awareness and Boundaries

  • Helps students identify and address their feelings, thoughts and actions
  • Explains how to set boundaries and why they are important
  • Defines self-care and distinguishes ways to help yourself and get help from others


The Neurobiology of Sexual Assault

  • Presents how the body and brain react during a traumatic event
  • Explains how hormonal fluctuations affect memory organization, encoding, and recall
  • Discusses tonic immobility and why it occurs 


Youth Violence Prevention

  • For middle and high school students
  • 6 session curriculum
  • For more information see our YVP page

In accordance with Federal law and People Against Rape’s policy, all educational programs and People Against Rape sponsored activities prohibit discrimination based upon a person’s ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender, national origin, ability status, veteran status, or marital status.