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Gender-based Violence Prevention

OU Gender + Equality Center is committed to empowering the campus to stand up against violence.  We offer a variety of programs to educate and inform our community.

Step In, Speak Out Peer Educators

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The Red Flag Campaign

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  • OU Advocates – OU Advocates is a group of staff advocates on-call 24/7 to respond if any of our OU community experiences sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, or harassment.  OU Advocates can be accessed through the Gender + Equality Center or by calling 405-615-0013. OU Advocates is available for all gender identities. (FAQs here)
  • OU's Sexual Misconduct Policy – for more information on how to report a sexual assault to the university, the investigative process and misconduct hearings.
  • Step In, Speak Out – Come to this one-hour interactive workshop and join our movement to stop sexual assault on our campus. The workshop is taught by trained college students who will share tips and techniques on stepping in to end sexual assault. If you care about your campus and ending violence against women, you won’t want to miss this workshop!
  • One Sooner - Can Make a Difference - Attend this two-hour training to learn how you can use your influence, popularity, and credibility to help end sexual assault and other forms of sexual misconduct on our campus.

  • D8ME: Tips for Healthy Relationships - An interactive workshop that uses popular media clips to talk about the do’s and don’ts of healthy relationships. This workshop is taught by peer educators using interactive activities to examine key  communication and navigation skills  needed to build a healthy relationship.  To request a workshop, email gec@ou.edu.
  • The Vagina Monologues - The Vagina Monologues is a national production that happens during the month of February. OU conducts its own student performance in the Meacham Auditorium for two nights. All ticket sales go to the Women’s Resource Center and the V-Day Foundation.
  • The Red Flag Campaign - The Red Flag Campaign focuses on dating violence among college students. In February we place red lawn flags around the south oval to raise awareness about dating violence on campus, followed by a poster campaign and tabling event.  1 in 5 college relationships experience dating violence through isolation, emotional abuse, or excessive jealousy.
  • White Ribbon - A celebration of men who’ve pledged to help end violence against women! Men who promise “to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and girls” can sport white ribbons. Women can wear teal ribbons to raise awareness, too. During this week in April we feature posters of OU men who have taken the pledge.
  • One Sooner - Can Make a Difference - Attend this two-hour training to learn how you can use your influence, popularity, and credibility to help end sexual assault and other forms of sexual misconduct on our campus.


  • D8ME: Tips for Healthy Relationships - An interactive workshop that uses popular media clips to talk about the do’s and don’ts of healthy relationships. This workshop is taught by peer educators using interactive activities to examine key  communication and navigation skills  needed to build a healthy relationship.  To request a workshop, email woc@ou.edu.

 

  • The Vagina Monologues - The Vagina Monologues is a national production that happens during the month of February. OU conducts its own student performance in the Meacham Auditorium for two nights. All ticket sales go to the Women’s Resource Center and the V-Day Foundation.

 

  • The Red Flag Campaign - The Red Flag Campaign focuses on dating violence among college students. In February we place red lawn flags around the south oval to raise awareness about dating violence on campus, followed by a poster campaign and tabling event.  1 in 5 college relationships experience dating violence through isolation, emotional abuse, or excessive jealousy.

 

  • White Ribbon - A celebration of men who’ve pledged to help end violence against women! Men who promise “to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and girls” can sport white ribbons. Women can wear teal ribbons to raise awareness, too. During this week in April we feature posters of Sooner men who have taken the pledge.
  • One Sooner - Can Make a Difference - Attend this two-hour training to learn how you can use your influence, popularity, and credibility to help end sexual assault and other forms of sexual misconduct on our campus.


  • D8ME: Tips for Healthy Relationships - An interactive workshop that uses popular media clips to talk about the do’s and don’ts of healthy relationships. This workshop is taught by peer educators using interactive activities to examine key  communication and navigation skills  needed to build a healthy relationship.  To request a workshop, email woc@ou.edu.

 

  • The Vagina Monologues - The Vagina Monologues is a national production that happens during the month of February. OU conducts its own student performance in the Meacham Auditorium for two nights. All ticket sales go to the Women’s Resource Center and the V-Day Foundation.

 

  • The Red Flag Campaign - The Red Flag Campaign focuses on dating violence among college students. In February we place red lawn flags around the south oval to raise awareness about dating violence on campus, followed by a poster campaign and tabling event.  1 in 5 college relationships experience dating violence through isolation, emotional abuse, or excessive jealousy.

 

  • White Ribbon - A celebration of men who’ve pledged to help end violence against women! Men who promise “to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and girls” can sport white ribbons. Women can wear teal ribbons to raise awareness, too. During this week in April we feature posters of Sooner men who have taken the pledge.
  • One Sooner - Can Make a Difference - Attend this two-hour training to learn how you can use your influence, popularity, and credibility to help end sexual assault and other forms of sexual misconduct on our campus.


  • D8ME: Tips for Healthy Relationships - An interactive workshop that uses popular media clips to talk about the do’s and don’ts of healthy relationships. This workshop is taught by peer educators using interactive activities to examine key  communication and navigation skills  needed to build a healthy relationship.  To request a workshop, email woc@ou.edu.

 

  • The Vagina Monologues - The Vagina Monologues is a national production that happens during the month of February. OU conducts its own student performance in the Meacham Auditorium for two nights. All ticket sales go to the Women’s Resource Center and the V-Day Foundation.

 

  • The Red Flag Campaign - The Red Flag Campaign focuses on dating violence among college students. In February we place red lawn flags around the south oval to raise awareness about dating violence on campus, followed by a poster campaign and tabling event.  1 in 5 college relationships experience dating violence through isolation, emotional abuse, or excessive jealousy.

 

  • White Ribbon - A celebration of men who’ve pledged to help end violence against women! Men who promise “to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and girls” can sport white ribbons. Women can wear teal ribbons to raise awareness, too. During this week in April we feature posters of Sooner men who have taken the pledge.