My presentations are anywhere from 8 to 90 minutes long. During these presentations, I cover two main components: 1) The struggles I endured, as a model for what is underestimated to be one in six men: signs missed, triggers, grooming and how to exist (or try to) living with the realization of being abused. There are many men out there who have a hard, even impossible time functioning in society; they are serving a life sentence of induced disability. Those disabilities are developed and worse, perpetuated, by misconceptions and myths in our society. 2) What to do now? a) There are resources out there, albeit limited, that will help on the path to healing. b) we know this public health crisis will not completely vanish, but there are steps that parents, teachers and many other professionals can take to identify any potential child victim or perpetrator. It is this component where improvement can take hold to improve the lives of male survivors, as well as to protect all children living among us from predators and later, a life of disability. I thoroughly enjoy engaging in an audience, whether it be in a panel discussion or just a Q & A session. I'd much rather talk 'with' and not 'to' them. It is my experience of 17 years of being an on-air meteorologist, and during that time, visiting over 200 schools and emceeing over 100 charitable events that gives me the comfort of being both a speaker and a member of any presentation.