Engaging Ontarians in a dialogue about sexual violence.

Your neighbour tells you she "deserved" what happened to her because of the clothes she chose to wear.

Do you change the subject?

Why Draw the Line

Sexual violence is not acceptable at any time. It does not matter what a person chooses to wear, nobody "deserves" being sexually assaulted.

When to Draw the Line

Whenever you can, make a choice that shows you don't support sexual violence. Listen to your gut, because if it feels 'wrong', it probably is.

How to Draw the Line

Even though you can't always stop an assault, it's never too late to make a difference. And as a bystander, you always have more than one option.

  • Talk about it by letting others know where you stand.
  • Don't support a perpetrator (with money, Facebook likes, or a vote).
  • Think twice about the choices you make everyday. Can you take a stand, make a statement and draw the line?


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