As an educated individual you will know how to reduce your risk of victimization and how to recognize dangerous situations, take action and intervene.
Consent is based on choice. Think about what you want before you get into a sexual situation and communicate clearly.
Alcohol is often involved in sexual violence. In reported cases of acquaintance rape, approximately 75% of the men and 55% of the women had been drinking or using other drugs just before an assault.
Know the facts about dating. Tell your date what you do and do not want. It's okay to walk away from a dangerous or uncomfortable situation. Trust your instincts.
Relationships are never perfect. Feeling angry, hurt and upset is normal, but feeling scared, humiliated or controlled isn't. You should feel loved and respected.
Get the facts about technology. Be cautious about revealing identifying information about yourself. Learn how to protect yourself and maintain your privacy online.
Trust your instincts and feelings. Be open and honest with your partner. Create a relationship pact to help understand and communicate relationship expectations.
Take action now with your friends and family, at work, and in the community. Speak up and challenge others to promote safe and respectful environments.