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    Normalizing the Conversation Presentation at Rock Island Arsenal

    April 2, 2019, 10:00 am

    Rock Island Arsenal

    Moline, IL

    This 90-minute presentation for advocates and other professionals who work with men provides an opportunity to consider the particular ways men may respond differently to childhood sexual abuse or assault.

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    Normalizing the Conversation Presentation at Navy Expeditionary Command

    April 11, 2019, 10:00 am

    Navy Expeditionary Command

    Virginia Beach, VA

    This presentation encourages rethinking current assumptions, examining expectations, and employing a lens of masculinity to enhance existing skills for those working with male survivors of sexual abuse and assault.

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    Normalizing the Conversation Presentation at Peterson Air Force Base

    April 18, 2019, 9:30 am

    Peterson Air Force Base

    Colorado Springs, CO

    Employing different lenses of masculinity, this presentation seeks to enhance one’s understanding of the male survivors by asking participants to examine their own lenses of masculinity.

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    Normalizing the Conversation Presentation at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

    April 24, 2019, 6:00 pm

    Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

    San Luis Obispo, CA

    This 90-minute presentation will cover, among other topics, common barriers and obstacles for male survivors of sexual abuse and/or assault with relation to disclosure and treatment. A breakout session and Q&A will follow.

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    Normalizing the Conversation Presentation at McChord Air Force Base

    April 26, 2019, 1:00 pm

    McChord Air Force Base

    Tacoma, WA

    This 90-minute presentation for advocates and other professionals who work with men provides an opportunity to consider the particular ways men may respond differently to childhood sexual abuse or assault.

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    Male Sexual Trauma and Recovery Training at College of New Jersey

    May 29, 2019, 9:00 am

    College of New Jersey

    Ewing Township, NJ

    This day-long training provides a condensed orientation of this issue to front-line workers who come across male survivors in the course of their duties (e.g. victim services staff, child protection workers, police officers).

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    Normalizing the Conversation Presentation with Missouri National Guard

    July 10, 2019, 9:00 am

    Missouri National Guard

    Kansas City, MO

    This presentation encourages rethinking current assumptions, examining expectations, and employing a lens of masculinity to enhance existing skills for those working with male survivors of sexual abuse and assault.

David Lisak - 1in6 Board Chair

“It gives me great pleasure to send this message to you this week, which marks the 12th anniversary of the founding of 1in6, and the beginning of a long, fruitful journey serving male identifying survivors of sexual abuse and assault.”

On December 3, 2018, the board of directors of 1in6 officially announced Matthew Ennis as the new chief executive officer of the national nonprofit—one of only a handful in the world dedicated to helping male-identifying survivors of sexual abuse and assault.

“It’s like the first time you jump out of a plane, the first time you load a gun and shoot it, the first time you’re promoted. There’s all of this anxiousness and fear, so the effort it takes to come forward is herculean.”

“It’s like the first time you jump out of a plane, the first time you load a gun and shoot it, the first time you’re promoted. There’s all of this anxiousness and fear, so the effort it takes to come forward is herculean.”

“I’m thrilled to partner with 1in6 for a very special evening dedicated to helping advance their reach, serve even more of the millions of male survivors who have had unwanted experiences, and engage in dialogue about this important issue in the wider community.”

“I’m thrilled to partner with 1in6 for a very special evening dedicated to helping advance their reach, serve even more of the millions of male survivors who have had unwanted experiences, and engage in dialogue about this important issue in the wider community.”