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Indian Male

East Asia

So my point is that our culture is very conservative. Like, Asia, or Asians, are very conservative. The society as a whole is conservative, therefore, the people are very conservative. […] Not a lot of…

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.…

What kind of evidence does this policy apply to and how we can intervene in each situation individually? I mean because sometimes the only evidence is just the victim’s written word or what they say.…

I believe that the thoughts, and the ideology of “the victim” is created from where they grow up, or what they are being taught. So, my [suggestion] is to let […] someone who understands the…

I think they should provide more information about how to contact the office, and in case you don’t want to face-to-face talk to them. Can I get an email address to send them an email…

Participant 1: I am thinking of my parents. I think they would appreciate the community in SMU and the policy as well. Especially because they live in East Asia so they can’t talk with me,…

Participant 1: For international students […] not all of them have, like, excellent English, you know, so it would be really hard to express themselves, even if the other person knows about the culture. And…

I think they [my family] will probably appreciate it [the SV/SA policy] as long as it’s helping me, but I don’t think they would think something like this will happen. And usually, if Asians are…

They [the university] have to recruit the staff, but they […] should [also] open a training session for persons who want to become a volunteer English sexual violence consultant or something like that. Because at…

If I have a problem and talk to my family, they will probably say, “Just go to the police, not talking to the sexual violence manager, just go to police.” I guess this is because…

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