GREEN BAY — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is hosting Mike Domitrz — a nationally known healthy-dating expert and author to Green Bay on Feb. 4. The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts will host a campus and community question and answer session from 5 to 6 p.m. followed by the 7 p.m. “Can I Kiss You?” main event. Both events are free and open to the public.
With media attention on high profile celebrities and their sex lives, how do today’s high school and college campuses respond to leading and communicating about an unhealthy sexual culture? How can we help students with their decisions about how to judge if sexual intimacy is “okay” and “not okay?”
Founder of the DATE SAFE Project, Mike Domitrz’s approach is blunt, thought-provoking, and entertaining, while maintaining sensitivity to this important topic. The program will reveal life-changing approaches to this discussion that most students have yet to hear.
The DATE SAFE Project is being praised for presenting a refreshing viewpoint on a long-standing issue. Participants are provided with real solutions to discussing sex and boundaries. Students love how The DATE SAFE Project uses both humor and hard-hitting emotion to give them skills they can easily implement into their own lives instantly (literally by the time they walk out of the event).
Questions about the event can be referred to Dana Stueber, Health Educator on Sexual Violence Prevention, UW-Green Bay Counseling and Health, 920-465-2166. More about Domitrz can be found at www.DateSafeProject.org.
Funding for this program is made possible by the Aurora Health Care Better Together Fund, awarded to UW-Green Bay and earmarked for educational efforts on issues related to sexual violence. UW-Green Bay Residence Life, Pride Center and Healthy Choices Task Force are also sponsoring the event.