The Girls And Women Alliance offers pop up workshops, panel discussions, and specilized talks. Topics includes healthy realtionships, teen dating violence, sexual consent, sexual assault, life skills, creative writing and other self esteem building topics. To hire us to educate your organization on teen dating violence or domestic violence please contact us directly.
*Classes offer to girls, boys, parents and educators.
Types Of Teen Dating Violence
EMOTIONAL / PSYCHOLOGICAL
Threatening a partner or harming his or her sense of self-worth. Examples include name calling, shaming, bullying, embarrassing on purpose, or keeping him/her away from friends and family. Minimizing or blaming a person for the abuse, intimidation and/or threats or destroying property.
Any use of force that causes pain or injury. When a partner is pinched, hit, shoved, slapped, punched, or kicked.
This is forcing a partner to engage in a sex act when he or she does not or cannot consent. This can be physical or nonphysical, like threatening to spread rumors if a partner refuses to have sex. Including sexual harassment or manipulating a person into having sex by using guilt or threats.
A pattern of harassing or threatening tactics that are unwanted and cause fear in the victim.
Constant criticism, threatening to hurt loved ones or harassment at school or in the workplace.
Controlling a person’s income or financial assistance, misusing one’s credit or making it difficult for a person get or maintain a job.
Contact Simeaka Melton to hire The Girls And Women Alliance to a facilitate workshop, be a speaker, educate your group, school or organization. Topics includes healthy realtionships, teen dating violence, sexual consent, sexual assault, life skills, creative writing and other self esteem building topics.