Are you interested in learning accessible self-defense techniques?
Would you like to become a better advocate for yourself and all women?
Are you interested in learning skills that will empower your resistance to sexual assault?
[image of flyer with black background titled: "flip the script," and in a cardinal red box reads: "Are you interested in learning accessible self-defense techniques? Would you like to become a better advocate for yourself and all women? Are you interested in learning skills that will empower your resistance to sexual assault? Flip the Script is an evidence-based program, researched at the University of Windsor in Canada, that seeks to provide empowerment and physical and verbal self-defense training to women in order to avoid assault on college campuses. In a series of four evening workshops or over one weekend, facilitators will debunk rape myths and victim blaming, provide a space to explore relationship values, reinforce the belief that sexual assault is always the fault of the perpetrator, and teach verbal and physical resistance techniques." below is an image of the side view of 8 books stacked with each edge reading, "Don't be bossy," "Be nice," "Stop being so sensitive," "Don't be a tease," "Be a good girl," "Don't make a scene," "Smile and look pretty," "Don't put out too soon," and a speech bubble above reading, "Do you think there's a problem with this script? WE DO. Let's FLIP THE SCRIPT."]
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Supported by the Stanford School of Medicine and the SARA Office
In the spring of 2018, Stanford University offered the Enhanced Asses, Acknowledge, & Act (EAAA) Sexual Assault Resistance Education Program ("Flip the Script") to undergraduate women--inclusive of trans women--as part as of a pilot program, with an eye to implementing the program more broadly in subsequent years. Flip the Script will eventually be implemented in parallel to a program specifically for men & trans and/or gender non-conforming folks that are currently in development. This is one piece of a comprehensive strategy undertaken at Stanford University to reduce sexual violence and harassment on our campus.
For more information about the Flip the Script and the SARE Centre, please visit their website.
Below is a photo of the professional staff from both Stanford University and the University of Arizona who were trained in the summer of 2017 to train future facilitators.
(from left to right: Grace Poon [Stanford], Rasika Behl [Stanford], Miranda Tuttle [Stanford], Carley Flanery [Stanford], Charlene Senn [SARE trainer], Stephanie Gee [SARE trainer], Thea Cola [Arizona], Clea Sarnquist [Stanford], Jennifer Keller [Stanford], Mike Baiocchi [Stanford], Elise Lopez [Arizona])