Different terms of different kinds of wrongdoing
Our university defines sexual assault as any type of unwanted pressure [unclear] including, you know, from a hug to rape. So my question is do we need different words for different kinds of wrongdoing? Like, because let’s say we had a person hugging us, and that is indeed a sexual assault if you don’t want it, but most people don’t consider that as sexual assault. So, I think we need more details in this sexual assault policy and different words, different terms for different kinds of wrongdoing.
Create and promote avenues for comprehensive consent education.
Describe possible legal and institutional consequences for respondents found to have engaged in sexual violence. Provide indication of the range of consequences likely to follow a range of policy violations.
Use multiple formats to deliver accessible education about the SV/SA policy during orientation and at least once per semester