“Can I Kiss You?” is one of the most inclusive and sought-after programs for providing specific how-to skills for teaching consent, respect in relationships, bystander intervention, and addressing sexual assault. Each year, the program is delivered hundreds of times to tens of thousands of students on campuses all over North America.
Here’s how to build a culture of respect:
“Can I Kiss You?” Program presented by Mike Domitrz
In a 60 to 75 minute “Can I Kiss You?” program, college students discover specific how-to skills for:
20 Years of RESULTS speak for themselves:
Over 90% of students say they are more likely to take the following actions after experiencing Mike's program:
Evidence-Based & Proven: Mike Domitrz’s presentation is one of the few college educational programs to have been researched and evaluated by a third-party research firm. The results? The “Can I Kiss You?” show has been proven to be evidence-based AND that it creates a statistically significant impact on college audiences!
Mike Domitrz is more than an author and speaker, he’s a partner. For the past ten years we, at Central College, have benefitted from his work through his active and engaging presentations and the voice he brings to a subject that may be awkward for students but is absolutely essential for their well-being.
Mike's humor and empathy weaved with audience engagement helps to educate students on consent and bystander intervention into a way students can understand. ‘Can I Kiss You?’ opens the door for students to start having conversations about consent and how they can support one another, while relating to their current university environment and everyday situations. Our students' feedback speaks for itself: Mike's session is one of the most memorable from orientation!
Mike Domitrz and The Center for Respect gives an eye opening perspective on relationships, even if you think you have mastered the ins and outs of dating.
Your show is truly impressive, moving, informative, and, I have no doubt, has moved many people to make a change in their behavior. I know it opened my eyes. I wished half-way through that I were taking notes!