WOMEN
10/02/2014 01:31 pm ET Updated Oct 02, 2014

30 Men Show Us Who's Really Responsible For Preventing Sexual Assault

MIC

When we talk about "men's issues," the topic of sexual assault rarely comes up. But given that males commit the vast majority of rapes, it's unfortunate that we don't hear more men offering to help find solutions to a problem they so often perpetuate.

This lack of male participation is one of the reasons why President Obama and Vice President Biden are joining forces to call on men to "step up" and take sexual assault prevention into their own hands. Their new campaign, "It's on Us," calls on men to take responsibility for the rape epidemic entrenched across college campuses nationwide.

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