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Can I Kiss You? hosted by Irie Page

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Date(s) - 11/09/2017
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Lincoln Performance Hall


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Local Portland teen is actively building a culture of consent and respect for her 14th birthday!

Irie Page will be 14 in November and for the last several months she has been contacting the people in her life, local businesses, police departments, community leaders and anyone who will listen to her compelling birthday wish: A wish to raise funds to bring the founder of The DATE SAFE Project and globally recognized consent educator of kids, teens and adults to Portland to present the “Can I Kiss You?” program to the local community.

Her efforts have paid off and her wish is coming true!

The community and local media is invited to celebrate Irie Page’s 14th birthday and her wish to create a culture of consent and respect by attending the “Can I Kiss You?” Experience on November 9th at 7:00 pm at the Lincoln Performance Hall at Portland State University located at 1620 SW Park Avenue on the Portland State University campus. PSU’s Global Diversity and Inclusion Department are covering the rental fees in support of Irie’s birthday wish. Parents, teachers, students are encouraged to attend!!  Age 12+ recommended.

Mike Domitrz , founder of The DATE SAFE Project, will be your guide throughout the one-person show that is internationally acclaimed. As one of the leading voices for helping children, young adults, parents, educational institutions, communities, the US Military, and media outlets discuss dating, sexual decision-making, consent, and sexual assault, Mike Domitrz speaks to tens of thousands of people each year around the world – including being a featured expert on Dateline NBC’s “My Kid Would Never Do That.”


In a world where people are constantly being told “What Not To Do,” The DATE SAFE Project believes the best approach is to give people positive how-to skills and helpful insights for addressing verbal consent (asking first), respecting boundaries, sexual decision-making, bystander intervention, and supporting survivors (opening the door for family and friends). Talk first, ask first, respect the answer – see beyond the misguided sexual behavior and beliefs considered normal behavior: to learn more visit or call us at 800-329-9390.

No registration is required for this event – come early to get a seat!

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