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Tell male students what they should not do

Participant 1: Can the school policy be more targeted to male students as well? Like, what they should do if they have this kind of situation. Can the policy tell male students what they should not do? I mean, they need the education as well. Some might not know what they did wrong. Just a thought.
Participant 2: Yeah, from her thought, you know, Chinese culture, we are not being told or being educated about these kinds of things, what we can do, what we cannot do etc. So, it is a good idea to to tell male students what kind of things they can do and what kind of things they cannot do.


  • Create and promote avenues for comprehensive consent education.

  • Including male students across cultures in discussions of sexual violence, gender stereotypes, and stereotypes of masculinity.

  • Use multiple formats to deliver accessible education about the SV/SA policy during orientation and at least once per semester