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At the CBU, my professors are really good and really kind-hearted persons, so I would first go to my professor so that we can let them know what has happened. I would personally go with…

I would definitely follow the law. I understand these things or anything related to sexual violence is an offence, but hiding it is also an offence. If your friend comes to you for help or…

A question I would have with the policy is the question of anonymity? ‘Cause, you know, like, another participant mentioned, she had a friend that eventually had to take back her complaint, or whatever, ’cause…

[When supporting a survivor] you have to hear whatever they have to say,and whatever they are going through, and along with that, they really have to console that person. Like, they have to give their…

[To support a survivor], we need to create an atmosphere of trust. Show her that you really care for her and that you understand what she is experiencing right now- you are understanding all the…

In government, we have so much policies and we never get to know where those policies are working. Just like, whenever they make the policy, it is communicated to the world, to the society, or…

Culturally, we are very different in the sense that openness in terms of how much we talk about sexual contact or even sex in general – it is such a hush-hush topic. […] The first…

People from my culture are generally not vocal about sexual assault. They really believe that it can deteriorate their reputation in their community. These are some of the illusions that have infested the people from…

I would like to impose that there must be gender equality in this policy, as it is not said if it’s the girls or the boys. Like, it doesn’t say that only girls are affected…

I am probably the only one, as I have mentioned, that has had sex ed, but it’s so important for people to understand that something as simple as sex education of what’s a good touch…

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