All we care about is how our friend feels
There's a story that my friend told me, when we were still back in Vietnam. He told me about how he got involved in sexual assault when he was in the bathroom with other men. At that time we were still kids from high school, so I don't think we really [had a] sense [of] how we could [...] report the action, or we should report the action. And otherwise, I think, first of all, I'm not in the position to judge whether he should or shouldn't report action, because it depends on him. I think the first thing is to comfort your friend. And then, before we make a suggestion, we should ask questions like, do they really want to report? [...] Because I - at that moment, all we care about is how our friend feels.