Please read each of the following behaviors. Indicate in the column how confident you are that you could do each behavior. Rate your degree of confidence using a number from 0 to 100 using the scale given below. Please use WHOLE numbers only.
|can’t do||quite uncertain||moderately certain||very certain|
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Express discomfort/concern if someone makes a joke about a woman’s body or about LGBTQIA+ individuals or someone of a different race.
Express my discomfort if someone says that rape victims are to blame for being raped.
Call for help (i.e. call 911) if I hear someone in my dorm or apartment yelling “help.”
Talk to a friend who I suspect is in an abusive relationship.
Get help and resources for a friend who tells me they have been raped.
Able to ask a stranger who looks very upset at a party if they are ok or need help.
Ask a friend if they need to be walked home from a party.
Ask a stranger if they need to be walked home from a party.
Speak up in class if a professor is providing misinformation about sexual assault.
Confront a friend who tells me that they had sex with someone who was passed out or who didn’t give consent.
Do something to help a very drunk person who is being brought upstairs to a bedroom by a group of people at a party.
Do something if I see a woman who looks very uncomfortable surrounded by a group of men at a party.
Get help if I hear of an abusive relationship in my dorm or apartment.
Tell an RA, other campus or community authority about information I have that might help in a sexual assault case even if pressured by my peers to stay silent.
Speak up to someone who is making excuses for forcing someone to have sex with them.
Speak up to someone who is making excuses for having sex with someone who is unable to give full consent.
Speak up to someone who is making excuses for using physical force in a relationship.
Speak up to someone who is calling their partner names or swearing at them.
Select Yes below.