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HUNKS IN HEELS A Benefit for STAR – Sexual Trauma Awareness & Response
October 19, 2017@6:30 pm
HUNKS IN HEELS
Thursday, October 19th
A Fund and Awareness Raiser for STAR – Sexual Trauma Awareness & Response
VIP Doors open at 6:30PM
General Admission Doors open at 8PM
Entertainment Provided by QUIANA LYNELL & THE LUSH LIFE and
2015 & 2016 HUNKS
Dance Party with “The Hunks” To Follow
GA Tickets are $40 in Advance and $45 starting on October 15th
VIP Tickets are $60 in Advance and $65 starting on October 15th
VIP Package Includes…
• Exclusive Balcony Access
• Food Provided by GALATOIRE’S
• Adult Beverages TBD
Tickets are available at The Chimes Restaurant & Tap Room on Highland Road, over the phone at 866.777.8932 and on-line at http://www.VarsityTheatre.com
** Persons Must Be Eighteen (18) Years Old or Older with Proper Identification to Attend Any Event at The Varsity Theatre **
For more information about STAR and how you can help, visit http://WWW.STAR.NGO
To support survivors of sexual trauma, improve systems response, and create social change to end sexual violence.
To build a healthy community free from oppression and sexual trauma.
•Sexual trauma is any sexual violation that includes, but is not limited to, verbal harassment, physical contact, and/or the attempt to do so without an individual’s lawful consent.
•Sexual trauma is a public health problem, not simply a concern of an individual who experiences sexual trauma.
•Common attitudes and beliefs inform behaviors within our culture that normalize excuse, condone and perpetuate sexual trauma.
•Sexual trauma prevention requires a multi-level approach including primary prevention, therapeutic intervention and supportive response.
•Every survivor has the right to confidential and competent services, regardless of their background, gender, race, ethnicity, ability, sexual identity or decision to report.