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yES, nO, mAYBE

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Transcript of yES, nO, mAYBE

yES,
nO,

mAYBE

ORIENTATION
2017
PRESENTED BY PROJECT G.I.V.E.
Ground Rules
Hot Potato
Healthy
relationship
Healthy
relationship
=
Respect,
Making
M.O.V.E.S
with
Consent
What is
Consent?
M
O
V
E
S
utual
ngoing
"Yes."
90/10 Rule
Engaging
Head nodding
Breathing will
help you live...and
consent must be
consenting.
oluntary & informed
xplicit
ober
It's Your Place.
4
D's
Of Bystander Intervention
D
irect
D
istract
D
elay
Couldn't find a funny picture for "Delay," so here's a weird picture of a man-snail...becuase snails are slow. Like delays.
D
elegate
You and a few friends go to a house party. Your suitemate, Avery, drinks a little but is really preoccupied with Sam, who you've both met a couple times. Avery sits next to Sam and starts to bring Sam drinks...a lot of them. You and Avery go to the bathroom and Avery tells you "I am definitely going home with Sam tonight!" You're not sure if Avery is sober, but you know Sam isn't. What do you do?
Do you intervenE? Why?
What kind of bystander intervention tactic could you use?
Why that one?
Confidential Resources
Office of Victim Services
Counseling and Substance Abuse Services
Student Health Services
9am-3:30pm Weekdays (Emergency service available via Campus Safety)
67 George Street (White house next to the Stern Center
843.953.2273
175 Calhoun Street (Robert Scott Small Building, second floor)
843.953.5640
8:30am-5pm
181 Calhoun Street, (cross from Starbucks on Calhoun)
843.953.5520
Want to get involved in ending Sexual assault and other gender based violence at cofc?
Join Project G.I.V.E.
Email us at projectgive@cofc.edu
Earn credit. Become nationally certified. Build your resume.
Equality,
& Safety*
*Note* Some of this content might be tough or uncomfortable to talk about. I encourage you to stick with it. If you need to take a moment, please feel free to step out and do so. If you'd like someone to come check on you, just give a thumbs up and one of our peer educators will step out.
What Will you do
TO PREVENT VIOLENCE
AT COFC BEFORE IT HAPPENS?
90/10 Rule
Captain
Obvious
says:
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