SEXUAL ASSAULT IS A CRIME COMMITTED AGAINST A PERSON’S BODY AND SOUL
IT IS NEVER THE VICTIM’S FAULT
SAYING “NO” or “STOP” IS ENOUGH
DRINKING TOO MUCH OR USING A DRUG DOES NOT GIVE SOMEONE
PERMISSION TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOU
It is possible to be proactive with your safety.
Pay attention to your intuition, if a situation feels unsafe it might be. Your best bet is to listen to your internal warning mechanism and get to a place where you feel safe.
Sometimes people give clues about their real personality before their first aggressive act. This web site has some great tips.
What Can I do if someone is coming on too strong?
Plan ahead and think about what you might do in awkward situations.
If you do, you will have a repertoire of options ready to draw from in case of and unexpected event. Look at these web sites for a place to start.
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