It’s on Us-State College of Florida
It’s on us. To recognize that sex without consent
is sexual assault. To understand that most sexual assaults are
committed by someone the victim knows. It’s on us. To recognize that both men and women can be perpetrators and survivors of sexual violence To understand that sexual violence can occur in same sex relationships. To identify situations in which sexual assault may occur.
It’s on us to educate ourselves on the impact of alcohol and drugs.
To intervene in situations where consent has not or cannot be given.
It’s on us to make sure that we have knowing, clear, voluntary ongoing consent.
To understand that silence is not consent. To consent to one type of sexual activity
does not mean you consent to another type. To be an active bystander,if you see something,
say something. It’s on us
To create an environment in which sexual assault is unacceptable.
To communicate that jokes, posts and videos about rape are not funny.
To support survivors of sexual assault by believing them never blaming them and connecting
them to resources. To listen and support each other.
To promote a culture of safety, equality and respect.
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