Conversations about sexual violence don’t have to be uncomfortable. And they don’t have to be polarizing either. In fact, comfortable conversations about sexual violence are a key tool to transforming rape culture, and a tangible way to stand in solidarity with survivors. In this Locker Room Talk episode, we talk with Sarah Beaulieu about the mindset necessary to engage others – especially men – in conversations about sexual violence, and the practical ways these conversations can support survivors and create a world free of sexual abuse and assault. You can find her TedX talk and we hope to see you at BARCC’s Walk for Change on April 23rd. All are welcome!
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Show notes created by Katherine Wood. Katherine is a marketing professional with several years experience helping businesses find their voice, connecting with customers via written and digital communications, blogging and podcasting. Graduating from Boston University’s Masters in Gastronomy program, a fascinating multidisciplinary approach to studying food and wine, Katherine has used her education to work in several food and wine related industries. Most recently, immersing herself in the wine and tech startup world as a marketing manager for Drync. Katherine is a lover of traveling, cooking, and her cats Parsley and Pistachio. She geeks out over fitness, sharks and organization.