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is Lauren and this is Liam hello If you’ve watched the show before you’ll know that we’ve spoken about those mandatory do not rape classes that some colleges are making their students take and it just so happens that Liam is one of those Scott in one of those college students who needs to learn how to not rape so we thought wouldn’t it be fun if we did the program together. It’s like a little online slideshow thing right Yeah not so little I think but yeah it’s yeah okay. Maybe we don’t do all of it because I don’t want to sit here learning to not write for like an hour anything but yeah we would all learn to not rape together. See see how ridiculous this is I’m excited I’ve back when I was in school. This was not a.

Thing So Im Interested To See What The

administration will actually think is I don’t know useful rape prevention Yeah. I mean I mean like we are joking about it, but I mean I think that all of us can agree that sexual violence real sexual violence is among the worst yeah right so so yeah well well. I probably would wager that the rates of sexual violence have been declining Yeah like they’re probably at at all time low. Historically, you know some of those might be valid stuff so let’s let’s approach with an open an open mind, but I just like well as bad as I think sexual violence is I just doubt how like an online webinar would be useful in combating it, but yeah whatever we’ll see we’ll try it. I’m open-minded all right module one sexual violence we’re starting off with with what sexual.

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Is Of Course, You Can Get Right

into it in a few hypothetical situations here. The first one is a university student walks down the street and a group of young men yells sexually explicit phrases at her out of their cars. Windows is this sexual violence so I know what answer they want which is to say yes but cuz otherwise they wouldn’t ask, but in my opinion sexual violence needs to be violence and words are not violent. So I would I would say this is sexual harassment, though ya know they did say they’re not recording our answers and I hope that they’re not because I was like if you get the wrong answer no you’re taken to it Yeah. I would say that’s what they do they rate be.

If You Get The Wrong Answers.

You prove how bad rape is wait? Does this show you what you’re usually good Doesn’t give you an answer. They don’t give me an answer right away. But I have a feeling that tell me when an awful person I am okay yeah Shortly so they give us a second hypothetical. A young man works as a part-time barista at an on-campus cafe and his male manager gropes him even after he has turned down the other sexual advances is this sexual violence.

I Do Like That Theyre Including Like

men being sexually harassed because it does happen in those we don’t always talk about it that much as society I would say. This actually is sexual violence because it’s there’s a physical component to it and violence is physical, so I would say this is yes yep. I would agree with that yeah okay and a third and last one. It seems is after not reciprocating interest in hooking up during a conversation on a dating app a user starts bombarding the other person with sexually explicit messages and pictures is this sexual violence. This is an interesting one because there are actually I think there are some states that are trying to make it like a form of harassment to send unsolicited sexual images.

Oh Yeah I Would Get Behind That No

I. I would agree it’s harassment, but I don’t think it’s violence like I don’t think you can commit violence against someone through an app because like you’re not you’re not physically interacting with them, so I don’t know to me. Like I’m pretty Yeah no violence needs to be physical so I would say no okay so we’re gonna find out if you’re a rapist okay. The answer to all of these scenarios is yes. Sexual violence can take a variety of forms, some of which are not actually violence okay or even touching you at all okay so before we started This there was like a little intro which we didn’t film, but it said one in four women over their lifetimes and one in six men over their lifetimes will experience sexual violence and again.

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I Appreciate That Theyre Including Men Into

the conversation oftentimes that’s not done, but it’s like Yeah. I guess that’s true if you’re including catcalling as sexual violence that’s true you think even more you think a higher percentage oh yeah, but it’s like I don’t know how that helps women or victims. of actual sexual violence to expand the definition until literally like Hey baby or whatever it’s like sexual violence doesn’t make sense you.

Summary

Liam is one of those college students who needs to learn how to not rape so we thought wouldn’t it be fun if we did the program together . Liam: “I just doubt how like an online webinar would be useful in combating it, but yeah whatever we’ll see we’ll try it.& I’m excited I’ve back when I was in school.& This was not a.& thing so I’m interested to see what the administration will actually think is I don’t know useful rape prevention.& Maybe we don’t do all of it. I’m open-minded all right module one sexual violence we’re starting off with with what sexual.& is of course, you can get right into it in a few hypothetical situations here. The first one is a university student walks down the street and a group of young men yells sexually explicit phrases at her out of their cars.& The first is a group is a young man yelling sexually explicit words at her from their cars ….. Click here to read more and watch the full video