Engaging Ontarians in a dialogue about sexual violence.

Your peer mentor sends you images of a girl you know in her underwear.

Do you share them?

Why Draw the Line

When we let things happen we quietly support harmful attitudes and behaviors. We all have a choice: we can be part of the problem or the solution.

When to Draw the Line

It is important to ask for consent every step of the way. Taking or sharing intimate images of someone without their consent is an act of sexual violence and is illegal.

How to Draw the Line

Getting involved doesn’t have to be a big deal. To get involved safely, here are some options:

  • Stop it here: Delete the images and don't share them with anyone else.
  • Offer support: Let the person in the images know about it and ask how you can help.
  • Report it: Flag it and tell someone you trust - a teacher, a principal, a parent/caregiver or elder.


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