#GIRLSTOO:
Resources

Learn how to prevent sexual harassment and violence and what you can do to change the culture.

RESOURCES BY GROUP

Select the group you best identify with to download resources:

Youth
Youth
Parent/<br>Guardian
Parent/
Guardian
Educator
Educator
CONCERNED  INDIVIDUAL
CONCERNED INDIVIDUAL

Conversation Guides, Tips, and ToolkitsGuides, Tips, and Toolkits

Guide to Consent (Healthline)
There are a lot of misconceptions about consent and what constitutes sexual assault or rape. This guide created by Healthline in collaboration with NO MORE explores how to ask for consent, read verbal and nonverbal cues, and understand what constitutes sexual assault.

Learn More

Where Can I Get Help If I’m Being Harassed? (Girls Inc.)
If you experience harassment, you may be afraid to say something and may not know what to do. This resource provides a definition of sexual harassment, some suggested next steps, and links to some resources young people may find helpful.

Download

How To Help A Friend (End Rape on Campus)
This resource provides strategies for supporting a friend who discloses an experience of sexual violence.

Learn More

Let Her Learn: A Toolkit to Stop School Pushout for Girls Who Have Experienced Sexual Harassment (National Women’s Law Center)
This toolkit provides an easy-to-use, step-by-step checklist to help all students find out if their school treats them fairly when they have been sexually harassed and provides strategies for how to advocate for their Title IX rights.

Learn More

The Future of Manhood Videos and Conversation Guide (Promundo)
This resource provides two videos and a discussion guide to spark a discussion with a friend, classmate, student, or family member about what it means to be a “man” and how harmful ideas around masculinity can lead to harassment, abuse, and other negative outcomes.

Learn More

General Information and StatisticsGeneral Info and Statistics

Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Glossary (Girls Inc.)
This resource provides definitions for some of the most common terms used when discussing sexual harassment and violence.

Download

Bullying and Harassment: Myths and Facts (Girls Inc.)
Despite the fact that bullying affects nearly one in three kids, there are a lot of misconceptions about it. This resource debunks some of the most common myths about bullying and provides discussion questions for talking with youth about these topics.

Download

Fact Sheet: Sexual Assault and the LGBTQ Community (GLSEN)
This resource provides general statistics about rates of sexual violence in the LGBTQ+ community.

Learn More

#GirlsToo - Sexual Harassment and Violence Fact Sheet (Girls Inc.)
This resource provides general statistics about the prevalence and impact of sexual harassment and violence in the lives of girls.

Download

Conversation Guides, Tips, and ToolkitsGuides, Tips, and Toolkits

Guide to Consent (Healthline)
There are a lot of misconceptions about consent and what constitutes sexual assault or rape. This guide created by Healthline in collaboration with NO MORE explores how to ask for consent, read verbal and nonverbal cues, and understand what constitutes sexual assault.

Learn More

Tips for Parents and Guardians on Supporting a Survivor (Know Your IX)
This resource provides strategies for supporting your child who discloses an experience of sexual violence.

Learn More

Tips for Talking with Teens About Healthy Relationships (Girls Inc.)

Download

The Future of Manhood Videos and Conversation Guide (Promundo)
This resource provides two videos and a discussion guide to spark a discussion with a friend, classmate, student, or family member about what it means to be a “man” and how harmful ideas around masculinity can lead to harassment, abuse, and other negative outcomes.

Learn More

General Information and StatisticsGeneral Info and Statistics

Bullying and Harassment: Myths and Facts (Girls Inc.)
Despite the fact that bullying affects nearly one in three kids, there are a lot of misconceptions about it. This resource debunks some of the most common myths about bullying and provides discussion questions for talking with youth about these topics.

Download

Signs of Relationship Violence (Girls Inc.)
This resource helps parents and guardians identify common behaviors associated with a person experiencing relationship violence. It can be a helpful tool to use when talking with teenagers about healthy and unhealthy relationships.

Download

#GirlsToo - Sexual Harassment and Violence Fact Sheet (Girls Inc.)
This resource provides general statistics about the prevalence and impact of sexual harassment and violence in the lives of girls.

Download

Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Glossary (Girls Inc.)
This resource provides definitions for some of the most common terms used when discussing sexual harassment and violence.

Download

Fact Sheet: Sexual Assault and the LGBTQ Community (GLSEN)
This resource provides general statistics about rates of sexual violence in the LGBTQ+ community.

Learn More

Conversation Guides, Tips, and ToolkitsGuides, Tips, and Toolkits

Guide to Consent (Healthline)
There are a lot of misconceptions about consent and what constitutes sexual assault or rape. This guide created by Healthline in collaboration with NO MORE explores how to ask for consent, read verbal and nonverbal cues, and understand what constitutes sexual assault.

Learn More

Tips for Teachers and Professors on Supporting a Survivor (Know Your IX)
This resource provides strategies for supporting students who disclose an experience of sexual violence.

Learn More

MeToo: A Movement For K12 (Share My Lesson)
The #MeToo movement provides an opportunity for schools to reflect on how to address issues of consent, sex education, relationships and undoing a pervasive culture of silence. Here are curated resources to help educators with critical conversations and lesson planning, as well as school procedures and policies and opportunities for reflection.

Learn More

Manhood 2.0: A Curriculum Promoting a Gender-Equitable Future of Manhood (Promundo)
A curriculum developed by Promundo and the University of Pittsburgh to engage young men aged 15 to 24 in reflecting on the impacts of harmful gender norms, specifically those surrounding issues such as teen pregnancy prevention, dating violence and sexual assault, and the bullying of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals. The curriculum includes a series of sessions to enable young men to reflect and build collective support for making positive, healthy changes in their lives.

Learn More

The Future of Manhood Videos and Conversation Guide (Promundo)
This resource provides two videos and a discussion guide to spark a discussion with a friend, classmate, student, or family member about what it means to be a “man” and how harmful ideas around masculinity can lead to harassment, abuse, and other negative outcomes.

Learn More

General Information and StatisticsGeneral Info and Statistics

Bullying and Harassment: Myths and Facts (Girls Inc.)
Despite the fact that bullying affects nearly one in three kids, there are a lot of misconceptions about it. This resource debunks some of the most common myths about bullying and provides discussion questions for talking with youth about these topics.

Download

#GirlsToo - Sexual Harassment and Violence Fact Sheet (Girls Inc.)
This resource provides general statistics about the prevalence and impact of sexual harassment and violence in the lives of girls.

Download

Fact Sheet: Sexual Assault and the LGBTQ Community (GLSEN)
This resource provides general statistics about rates of sexual violence in the LGBTQ+ community.

Learn More

Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Glossary (Girls Inc.)
This resource provides definitions for some of the most common terms used when discussing sexual harassment and violence.

Download

Conversation Guides, Tips, and ToolkitsGuides, Tips, and Toolkits

Guide to Consent (Healthline)
There are a lot of misconceptions about consent and what constitutes sexual assault or rape. This guide created by Healthline in collaboration with NO MORE explores how to ask for consent, read verbal and nonverbal cues, and understand what constitutes sexual assault.

Learn More

The Future of Manhood Videos and Conversation Guide (Promundo)
This resource provides two videos and a discussion guide to spark a discussion with a friend, classmate, student, or family member about what it means to be a “man” and how harmful ideas around masculinity can lead to harassment, abuse, and other negative outcomes.

Learn More

General Information and StatisticsGeneral Info and Statistics

Bullying and Harassment: Myths and Facts (Girls Inc.)
Despite the fact that bullying affects nearly one in three kids, there are a lot of misconceptions about it. This resource debunks some of the most common myths about bullying and provides discussion questions for talking with youth about these topics.

Download

#GirlsToo - Sexual Harassment and Violence Fact Sheet (Girls Inc.)
This resource provides general statistics about the prevalence and impact of sexual harassment and violence in the lives of girls.

Download

Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Glossary (Girls Inc.)
This resource provides definitions for some of the most common terms used when discussing sexual harassment and violence.

Download

Fact Sheet: Sexual Assault and the LGBTQ Community (GLSEN)
This resource provides general statistics about rates of sexual violence in the LGBTQ+ community.

Learn More
#GirlsTOO
RESPECT STEPS

At the root of sexual harassment and violence is gender inequality and an imbalance of power. #GirlsToo encourages everyone to take individual actions to support culture change and advocate for a more equitable society that values the dignity of girls and all young people.

Download PDF

REFLECT <p>on your own biases and challenge gender stereotypes</p>

1

REFLECT

on your own biases and challenge gender stereotypes

EDUCATE <p>youth about healthy relationships and consent</p>

2

EDUCATE

youth about healthy relationships and consent

SUPPORT <p>and believe survivors who come forward</p>

3

SUPPORT

and believe survivors who come forward

PROMOTE <p>policies and practices that foster a safe school climate</p>

4

PROMOTE

policies and practices that foster a safe school climate

ENCOURAGE <p>youth leadership and involvement in change</p>

5

ENCOURAGE

youth leadership and involvement in change

CALL OUT <p>words and actions that demean women and girls</p>

6

CALL OUT

words and actions that demean women and girls

TAKE ACTION <p>by being an “upstander” and intervene to prevent harm</p>

7

TAKE ACTION

by being an “upstander” and intervene to prevent harm

 
SUPPORT
HOTLINE
Call 800-656-HOPE(4673)

Get help now by connecting with a trained staff member from RAINN and you will be routed to a sexual assault service provider in your area.

SUPPORT
HOTLINE

Get help now by connecting with a trained staff member from RAINN and you will be routed to a sexual assault service provider in your area.

Call 800-656-HOPE(4673)

27,788

SIGNED THE #GIRLSTOO PLEDGE AND COUNTING!

There is strength in numbers.

Show your commitment to end sexual harassment and violence among youth by signing the pledge. Together, with your support, we can create a culture where everyone is respected and valued.


Privacy Policy

Have you already signed? Learn More about the #GirlsToo movement.

Join the Movement

Read the pledge agreements below to see how you can make an impact against sexual harassment and violence.

  • I believe that every person deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.
  • I commit to changing the ways our culture perpetuates violence against women and girls.
  • I will respect others and honor their right to say no.
  • I will not accept sexual harassment and violence as part of growing up.
  • I will reflect on my own beliefs and behaviors related to gender and sex and challenge others to do the same.
  • I will take action to prevent and respond to sexual harassment and violence and support survivors.
Read More +
  • I believe that every person deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.
  • I commit to changing the ways our culture perpetuates violence against women and girls.
  • I will respect others and honor their right to say no.
  • I will not accept sexual harassment and violence as part of growing up.
  • I will reflect on my own beliefs and behaviors related to gender and sex and challenge others to do the same.
  • I will take action to prevent and respond to sexual harassment and violence and support survivors.

By submitting this form you are confirming you are the age of 13 or older.

I Pledged: <p><strong>I believe</strong> that every person deserves to be treated with
I Pledged.

I believe that every person deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.

I Pledged: <p><strong>I am committed</strong> to creating a society that values girls
I Pledged.

I am committed to creating a society that values girls and all young people

I Pledged: <p><strong>I recognize</strong> that our society perpetuates violence again
I Pledged.

I recognize that our society perpetuates violence against women and girls.

I Pledged: <p><strong>I will not accept</strong> sexual harassment as part of growing
I Pledged.

I will not accept sexual harassment as part of growing up.

I Pledged: <p><strong>I will take action</strong> to prevent and respond to sexual har
I Pledged.

I will take action to prevent and respond to sexual harassment and violence.

I Pledged: <p><strong>I will reflect</strong> on my own attitudes, beliefs and behavio
I Pledged.

I will reflect on my own attitudes, beliefs and behaviors related to gender and sex.

I Pledged: <p><strong>I will respect</strong> others and honor their right to say no.<
I Pledged.

I will respect others and honor their right to say no.

I Pledged: <p><strong>I will support</strong> those affected by sexual harassment and
I Pledged.

I will support those affected by sexual harassment and violence.