As colleges across the country step up their responses to sexual assaults, two Greek life chapter at GW are trying to take the lead on campus.
Sigma Delta Tau sorority and Zeta Beta Tau fraternity will launch a “safe smart dating program” next month to teach chapter members about healthy relationships and combating sexual assault – an issue that has been tied to Greek life nationwide.
Sigma Delta Tau supports the mission of Jewish Women International…to make certain that all girls and women have the fundamental right to live in a safe home, thrive in healthy relationships and realize the full potential of their personal strength.
Jewish Women International (JWI) works to ensure that all women and girls thrive in healthy relationships, control their financial futures and realize the full potential of their personal strength.
JWI is a leading Jewish organization empowering women and girls of all backgrounds through economic literacy, community training, healthy relationships, and the proliferation of women’s leadership.
Girls Achieve Grapeness In October (Domestic Violence Awareness Month) each year, SDT chapters organize events to support Girls Achieve Grapeness.
However, a large number of those infections could be avoided if people made different decisions about their sexual health.
Thanks to mobile apps like Tinder, Hinge, Grindr, and OK Cupid — just to name a few — the ability to connect with potential romantic partners has never been more convenient.
If you’ve been diagnosed with an STD, tell your partner.
That way you can both make informed decisions about risk.
A sexually transmitted disease (STD) is an infection that’s spread during sexual contact with another person.
This includes touching, since some STDs can be spread from skin-to-skin contact. Almost 20 million new STDs are diagnosed each year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).