Posts for Survivors

When Sex Gets Real

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Mike recently sat down with Dawn Serra, host of Sex Gets Real and had a frank conversation about about consent, respect, rape, sexual assault, dating, hook-ups, and why married folks in 40 year marriages need consent as much as teens dating for the first time. Sex Gets Real is a podcast dedicated to providing advice on everything from navigating […]

Creating Relationships Built on Respect

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Join Maria Reitan, host of “Purse Strings” on Cranberry Radio and Mike Domitrz in this powerful and content rich 30 minute discussion. Mike shares not only the story that became The DATE SAFE Project but amazing “How To” skill sets for building mutually amazing relationships! HIT THE PLAY BUTTON BELOW and listen to this insightful […]

How to Support the Survivors in Your Life

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How have you reacted when you heard about a sexual assault case? From the comments that you made, will a survivor think you are going to be supportive? Starting today, say the right words. Talk to everyone you care about and share the following message (referred to as “opening the door” for survivors): “If anyone […]

Welcome to the NEW Website

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We have some VERY exciting news here at The Date Safe Project! If you’ve visited us before, then you may be noticing the BIG NEWS already – a BRAND NEW website! We started working last June to bring you a website that is interactive, easy-to-use, and that will provide with lots of helpful resources, including […]

How to Talk to Your Partner

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Great news! You just found out the person you like – likes you. Woo Hoo! Soon after, you become “official” and while reaching that level is different for each couple, it usually goes one of three ways. One of you slips up and accidentally uses the word “boyfriend”, “girlfriend”, “partner”, or other. You talk it […]

Why Is Consent So Confusing to Some?

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If you have been listening to the media or been on FaceBook, you might have seen the video “Consent: It’s As Simple As Tea” or, the “1 in 5” video where sexual assault is symbolized as a bear. While these videos can be a good starting point to conversation, they can also be a bit […]