Jan. 22 2021
Queer Book Recommendations from the Directors
Jade, Jesse, and Maya suggest some of their favorite books about queerness and queer history.
Dec. 9 2020
Moving forward with the Sex(Ed) program
We’re expanding our pandemic-era online sex education programming for the new year.
Oct. 27 2020
When Predators Win
Both major party presidential candidates have been accused of sexual assault. What does that mean for our country and for our youth?
Oct. 1 2020
Anonymous Question: Do you need dysphoria to be transgender?
Jade talks about gender dysphoria and answers one of our more commonly-asked anonymous questions.
Aug. 8 2020
Announcing Sex(Ed): a peer-led online sex education program
Respect(Ed) launches pilot program to provide remote sex education in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jul. 17 2020
Video Release: Do Athletes Really Care if Their Teammate is Transgender?
Respect(Ed) director Jade Pfaefflin Bounds rowed with a youth crew team from eighth grade through high school, during which time he came out as transgender. In this video, he asks his former teammates how their opinions of him and of transgender athletes changed over the course of his time on the team.
Jul. 11 2020
Board presents on consent and gender inclusion at the Virtual Oregon Country Fair
The directors talk to virtual fair-goers about how to prevent sexual harassment and assault at festivals.
Feb. 3 2020
Respect(Ed) student leaders speak out against fear tactics and victim-blaming in guest presentation
Students advocate against the use of fear tactics and victim blaming in police detective’s presentation on online sexual predators.
Apr. 8 2019
Respect(Ed) profiled as part of #MeToo project
University of Oregon School of Journalism students sat down with Respect(Ed) directors to talk about consent education.
May 5 2016
Spotlight on Respect(Ed) co-founder Maya Corral
Co-founder and director Maya Corral talks about her beginnings as a young activist in her community and the genesis of the Respect(Ed) program.