The most important thought is that it isn't just those of us who are seen as activists who support primary prevention. It isn't just us who want to take positive actions toward eliminating violence which uses sex.
This is huge since it is easy to view those who hold sexual violence supportive views as representing the general population. This feeling that those of who care are vastly outnumbered can cause us to assume that other people's silence on this topic means they are apathetic when they care deeply. For many people who care this subject can simply be too uncomfortable to discuss.
I came away with ideas for important actions which I never would have thought would be a part of primary prevention. These ideas came from people who had expertise I've never had and will never have. Some of these ideas highlighted unequal approaches or choices based on gender which impact many people.
One action which I can mention since it is underway is the clean hotels initiative.
The report summarizing these focus group meeting will be completed either late this year or early next year and I believe there will be even more important ideas highlighted in that report.