True Love Revolution's main efforts focus on outreach to the Harvard undergraduate community. We seek, through publicity and campus events, to promote respectful and open-minded discussion of issues relating to abstinence, sex and marriage.
We aim to cooperate with other student and campus health organizations to incorporate information about the benefits of abstinence into existing programs, working together to promote student wellbeing.
- June, 2006 — True Love Revolution founded
- September, 2006 — First TLR general meeting
- November, 2006 — TLR receives official Harvard student group status
- February, 2007 — First annual Valentine's Day TLR Campaign
- April, 2007 — Challenging the Hookup Culture Campaign
- September, 2007 — Freshman activities fair with ice cream social
- October, 2007 — Lena Chen vs. True Love Revolution discussion night
- December, 2007 — Jason Evert Romance Without Regret talk
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- December, 2007 — First men's and women's community dinners (held monthly)
- February, 2008 — Valentine's through the ages event
- February 14, 2008 — Second annual mailing to Harvard freshmen; Crimson chastity ad
- March 30, 2008 — TLR was featured in the New York Times Magazine. There are mixed feelings about the portrayal of the group, but feel free to read it for yourself here.
- November 13, 2008 — Dr. John Diggs speaker event: Sex Ed: The Sequel. What they didn't tell you. Here's the Crimson article.
- February 14, 2009 — Second annual mailing to Harvard freshmen; Crimson chastity ad
- July 17, 2009 — TLR starts a new blog!
- September 15, 2009 — TLR expands its mission to include many issues integrally tied to chastity and abstinence, especially traditional marriage and true feminism. See our blog for our position statements here.