Mike Domitrz: Are students getting the SKILLS needed for a realistic discussion on sexual education?
Today we have with us Mike Domitrz during Sexual Assault Awareness Month! He is an Author, Leading Authority, Educator, Expert, and Certified Speaking Professional, and the Founder of The Center for Respect, Inc (formerly The Date Safe Project). He has devoted his life to the mission of The Date Safe Project: to provide parents, educators, middle schools, high schools, colleges, university campuses, military installations and corporations the SKILLS for Creating a Culture of RESPECT – for reducing sexual harassment and sexual assault. SKILLS taught include addressing workplace attitudes, honoring boundaries. respect, bystander intervention, teen dating, sex education, abstinence, reducing sexual assault (rape), and supporting survivors of sexual assault.
Mike’s books “Can I Kiss You? A thought-provoking look at relationships, intimacy, & sexual assault” and “Voices of Courage: Inspiration from Survivors of Sexual Assault” are utilized across the globe.
In episode #142 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Mike chose University of Wisconsin-Whitewater for his undergraduate experience, why he is so passionate about this particular topic of sexual assault prevention, whether students are getting the SKILLS needed to have a realistic discussion on sexual education, how we can better support survivors and victims of sexual assault, how misunderstandings on consent, rape, date rape, stranger rape, and acquaintance rape can cause harm, how training for the US Military is different from training in schools, what are some of the 9 Daily Displays of Disrespect in the Workplace, and how we can avoid making those mistakes. Enjoy!