Help End Sexual Assault

Sexual assault is an issue rooted in social expectations about gender, power, and sexuality. In order to end this type of violence, we must examine the ways in which our own behavior reinforces unhealthy expectations. Only by taking a closer look at our own beliefs and prejudices can we move our society from rape culture to consent culture.

Self-Study:

STESA has compiled a collection of videos, articles, books, and other resources to help interested community members becomes allies in the fight to end sexual assault. Visit our Quick Study page to find out more!

Request a Speaker:

STESA conducts free, bilingual educational presentations for local schools and community groups. These presentations are tailored to the interests of the group, and include discussion about consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, and supporting survivors of sexual assault. Contact us to find out more!

Host a Self-Defense Class:

Our workshop focuses on helping participants find their voice and build the confidence to enforce personal boundaries. Participants learn and practice an array of verbal and physical self-defense techniques. All equipment is provided.

Prevent Workplace Sexual Harassment:

STESA offers a Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for local businesses. Our two-hour training includes interactive exercises and is compliant with California’s AB1825. Contact us to schedule a training for your employees!