The Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month’s website provides free materials to help get your event started.Or, try talking to someone in your school’s newspaper office to see if they’d be willing to publish an article about teen dating violence.The National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women offers more detailed information on dating violence.February is nationally recognized as Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month (TDVAPM).Another study found that teenage girls in abusive relationships are more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, have eating disorders, engage in unsafe sexual behaviors, and attempt suicide.Unfortunately, the number of teens who suffer from abuse in relationships is not small: nearly 1 in 5 women and 1 in 7 men have experienced physical, emotional, and sexual violence in a relationship during their adolescent years.
This legislation sounds super boring, but it’s actually really important to protect your privacy and information.
Do you have any ideas for what you might do this February?
tl;dr: So sorry you can’t access Do Something at the moment!
Do Something is working really quickly to comply to these new laws.
The annoying part is that it means you can't access Do until we make updates to comply with the GDPR.