Your wasted friend staggers out of the bar with some guy.

Do you stay and keep dancing?

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WHY DRAW THE LINE

WHEN TO DRAW THE LINE

HOW TO DRAW THE LINE

When we look away from sexual violence we make it easier for the perpetrator to continue – and the violence. Every choice we make and every action we take – no matter how small – has the power to make a difference.

Consent matters. Only yes means yes. A friend who is wasted can't consent.

There's always more than one option for a bystander. Take a stand safely and do something that you feel comfortable with. You could:

  • Check in with your friend: "Are you ok?"
  • Make up an excuse to get him/her out of the situation: "Hey, our cab's here."
  • Call her phone: Distract her and the potential perpetrator.
  • Tell the bartender or bouncer: "I think my friend's in trouble."
WHY DRAW THE LINE

When we look away from sexual violence we make it easier for the perpetrator to continue – and the violence. Every choice we make and every action we take – no matter how small – has the power to make a difference.

WHEN TO DRAW THE LINE

Consent matters. Only yes means yes. A friend who is wasted can't consent.

HOW TO DRAW THE LINE

There's always more than one option for a bystander. Take a stand safely and do something that you feel comfortable with. You could:

  • Check in with your friend: "Are you ok?"
  • Make up an excuse to get him/her out of the situation: "Hey, our cab's here."
  • Call her phone: Distract her and the potential perpetrator.
  • Tell the bartender or bouncer: "I think my friend's in trouble."
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