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|#13749/0685 ASKING FOR IT: The Ethics and Erotics of Sexual Consent|
Harry Brod, a professor of philosophy and leader in the pro-feminist men's movement, offers a unique take on the problem of sexual assault, one that complicates the issue even as it clarifies the bottom-line principle that consent must always be explicitly granted, never simply assumed.
|#7386/1045 BEYOND: Surviving the Reality of Sexual Assault|
This program makes a dramatic examination of acquaintance rape and the high toll it takes on both victim and perpetrator alike. Also provides valuable information for prevention through an analysis of the 'she asked for it' state of mind right through to the healing process. *Includes Guide
|#11371/0635 DATE RAPE: A Violation of Trust|
To the average student, the definitions of date rape and sexual assault are notoriously unclear. Use this program to eliminate the confusion so young adults understand exactly what these things are - and the attitudes and biases that typically accompany them - before anyone gets hurt.
|#13210/0545 DRINK SPIKING: Awareness and Avoidance|
Drink spiking has become a social and health problem of alarming proportions. This program explains what drink spiking is and helps students recognize situations that may increase vulnerability to drink spiking and date rape. Also examined are the serious consequences for those who commit drink spiking.
|#15141/0685 FLIRTING WITH DANGER: Power and Choice in Heterosexual Relationships|
Social and developmental psychologist and author Lynn Phillips explores the line between consent and coercion in this thought-provoking look at popular culture and the ways real girls and women navigate their heterosexual relationships and hookups. A refreshingly candid, and nuanced, look at how young women are forced to grapple with deeply ambivalent cultural attitudes about female sexuality. Essential for courses that look at popular culture, gender norms, sexuality, and sexual violence.
|#13407/0685 LINE (THE): Where is the Line of Consent?|
At what point does the difference between consensual and forced sexual intercourse become blurred? There are cultural, emotional, and certainly legal ramifications involved. This video, produced by a young woman who knows she has been an unwilling participant in a sexual encounter, interviews the man who raped her to try to understand why he thinks it was consensual.
|#7615/1405 NO MEANS NO!|
How does the act of rape leave a lifetime of consequences for both the victim and the perpetrator? This program explores the grief, shame, loss, health and emotional problems, along with anger of the victim, through interviews with victims and rape counselors and law enforcement personnel. Also examines some of the legal and emotional consequences for assailants and their families.
|#16066/1725 RAPE ON THE NIGHT SHIFT: Sexual Abuse of Immigrant Women in the Janitorial Industry|
An investigation into the sexual abuse of undocumented women in the service industry. The film examines allegations of abuse across the janitorial industry, and how the government, law enforcement and companies fall short in dealing with the problem.
|#7726/0505 RAPE UNDER THE INFLUENCE: Sexual Assault on Campus|
For most students, date rape is a confusing issue. This "survivor" documentary discusses the realities of an actual date rape where alcohol and drugs were involved. Viewers will see a young victim’s devastation after a violent gang rape, hear from a police detective committed to pursuing serial acquaintance rapists, and share in a discussion as college students talk about sexual assault on campus. Upperclassmen teach incoming freshmen how to use date rape prevention strategies, such as recognizing the crime’s danger signals. This is an awareness video designed to help stop predatory sexual assault.
|#16027/0635 RAPE: THE AFTERMATH|
Rape is unlike any other crime. Often there are only two people present and if one person says it was rape and the other says it was consensual, it’s one person’s word against another. But even if the police believe there has been a crime, there needs to be sufficient evidence to present to the Crown for consideration. Intimate in style, this observational documentary follows several women as they deal with the aftermath of an alleged rape. Compelling testimony from victims, medical staff, the Police and members of the legal profession support the actuality of victims’ journeys as they seek justice or attempt to move forward with their lives. Viewer discretion is advised. *CC
|#11298/1883 RESTORING DIGNITY: Frontline Response to Rape|
The initial interaction between a rape victim and the first authority figure who responds has more impact on eventual recovery than virtually anything else. This program provides police, emergency medical technicians, social workers, hospital personnel, sexual assault counselors, or anyone who might find themselves in that situation with the necessary tools to handle the difficult position of being the first responder to a rape victim.
|#15136/0685 SEXUAL ASSAULT: Naming the Unnamed Conspirator|
In this provocative presentation, career prosecutor Anne Munch examines how societal attitudes influence legal cases involving sexual assault. Rape cases frequently turn on the involvement of what she calls an "unnamed conspirator" - the complex of myths and stories we tell ourselves as a culture about sex, gender, power, and responsibility.
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