We get it – dating in college is hard. Knowing when someone is interested, reading body language, navigating hook-up culture, and learning how to cope with rejection are all topics you probably won’t find in any of your coursework. However, these fundamental skills are essential when building a culture of respect and safety.
“Can I Kiss You,” sponsored by Georgia Tech Athletics, is a fun and engaging presentation that highlights some appropriate methods for obtaining consent, talking to someone you’re interested in, and navigating relationships. All Georgia Tech students are invited to attend the presentation on Monday, September 26 at 7:30 p.m. in McCamish Pavilion.
As founder of the Center for Respect, Mike Domitrz works closely with students and campuses across the country to help produce national initiatives resulting in revolutionary change in America’s approach to dating, respect, and intimacy.