We share these evaluation reports and commissioned research to help nonprofit organizations build their knowledge and capacity for developing programs that support gender equality. Avon Tip Sheets If you know someone who is experiencing violence, these tips will help you take effective action. Tip Sheet 1: How to help someone living with violence Tip Sheet 2: Support for abused women Tip Sheet 3: Talking with your teen about recognizing an unhealthy online relationship Tip Sheet 4: Tips for teens: Learning to recognize an unhealthy online relationship. The goal of the review process is to continue to enrich and enhance our long-term strategy for preventing violence against women.
Maple Chasers Talk About What It's Like to Have Sex with a Canadian
Canadian Women's Foundation | We Fund Programs That Build Confidence In Girls
We support programs for girls aged nine to 13 that help them thrive through sports and physical activity, science and technology, media literacy, community action, and leadership development. We strongly believe that all children — no matter what their gender — deserve to thrive, and we applaud other campaigns that work to support boys. However, the teen violence prevention programs we fund are designed for all youth. Yet as girls approach adolescence, they lose their early advantage. Indigenous girls in Canada are especially at risk. They experience alarmingly high levels of depression, suicide, addiction, HIV infection, and poverty. In , over 11, sexual assaults of girls under the age of 18 were reported to police in Canada.
The Internet Is Overrun With Images of Child Sexual Abuse. What Went Wrong?
Having a reputation for being polite and apologetic isn't the worst thing when you're a Canadian. We may come across as meek pushovers, but at least we're universally likable. But are we universally fuckable? How does our courteous and penitent nature translate over into the bedroom? We spoke to a bunch of maple chasers about the impression Canadians left when it came time to bone.
Image: Shutterstock. How often are married Canadians getting busy? If you think single Canucks are having all the fun in the bedroom, think again. It turns out, married couples are seeing plenty of action. Research shows that the average married couple in Canada has sex once a week.