SCOPE Executive Director quoted in Inside Higher Ed article on hypermasculinity and sexual aggression

“If it’s information that we feel our students should have, then I think we’re well within our rights to have some mandates, whether it’s part of new-student orientation or a four-year strategic plan,” Issadore said. “I’d love to see more schools exploring that model of a positive education mandate for prevention efforts.”

“It is hard to get some administrators to understand why you’re trying to educate men and not just women,” she said. “It’s so important to not just target our efforts at women and say, ‘Don’t get raped,’ but rather treating men as bystanders and not just potential rapists.”

Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/07/08/hypermasculinity-sexual-aggression-link-non-fraternity-members-points-need-broader#ixzz2YSUFf3kG
Inside Higher Ed

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