Take Action

IT'S ON US TO:

• Recognize that if someone doesn’t or can’t consent to sex, it’s sexual assault
• Make sure guys knows that if she doesn’t or can’t consent to sex, its sexual assault
• Take responsibility for our actions and our inaction
• Realize we have a role to play in stopping sexual assault
• Create an environment where women feel, and are, safe
• Step in if a friend is doing something that could lead to sexual assault
• Get someone home safely if he or she needs help
• Hold our friends accountable
• Tell our friends if what they are doing is wrong.
• Never blame the victim
• Be more than a bystander
• Stop a sexual assault any way we can
• Keep an eye on someone in a vulnerable situation
• Not look the other way
• Do something to get in the way of a sexual assault
• Step up and say something
• Let our friend’s know what is and is not acceptable
• Not give our friends a pass
• Help a victim report a sexual assault if he or she wants to
• Look out for someone who has had too much to drink
• Get in the way if we see something happening
• Stand up to those who tell us it’s not our business
• Say something when our friends are being stupid
• Call non-consensual sex what it is—Rape
• Act when we think someone is in trouble
• Do something
• Be part of the solution, not part of the problem
• Always be on the side of the victim
• Make sexual assault unacceptable
• Take reports of sexual assault seriously
• Stop someone from doing something we know is wrong