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Hooking up can often sound like harmless fun, but it can also be a cover for some very unhealthy behaviors. This engaging discussion pulls back the covers on hooking up, clarifying when it’s actually sexual violence and how bystanders can protect potential victims from predators.
Given our passion to free the world of oppressive behaviors, we know a bland PowerPoint isn’t going to cut it. The Hook Up, designed as a stand-alone program or as an effective follow-up to Sex Signals , is an engaging audience-participation program led by trained educators who speak “student.” It’s an unflinching, fun, and transformational approach to a hot-button topic on virtually every campus.
We’re myth busters on an important mission of truth—to blast the notion that rape is just a regrettable hook up. We are doing this to provide a baseline for what great intimacy looks like, and empower bystanders to become “upstanders” and intervene. Our program draws from intervention research by clinical psychologist and forensic consultant, Dr. David Lisak. It also leverages research by Dr. Alan Berkowitz, which was based on initial findings by Darley and Latané.