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creed – a set of beliefs or aims that guide someone’s actions.

All people have the right to feel safe within their own bodies with other bodies present.

We should all be taught and teach others to be mindfully present in our interactions with one another, compassionately sharing respect with all beings.

We do live in a world in which females must fear for their safety, and we need men to understand this, and stand up for and with us with love.

Consent is a must for sexual interactions.

It should be taught to youth that alcohol can muddy the waters of consent, and should be partaken of carefully.

Sexual violations cause years if not a lifetime of needed mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical repair. The resiliency of the human spirit is our ultimate power.
#MeToo has the opportunity to spark new and true connection between all members of humanity, beginning with this campaign’s ability to compassionately enable much-needed conversation.

Me, too, my friends. Now let’s help this paradigm shift to one in which, a decade from now, none of us will need to say “me too”.

Women all over the country are speaking out about sexual assault.

This huge problem effects people of all kinds, all over the world, and has become a great topic of discussion catalyzed by the accusations against Harvey Weinstein.


Every 98 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted.

And every 8 minutes, that victim is a child. Meanwhile, only 6 out of every 1,000 perpetrators will end up in prison.

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RAINN Statement on Harvey Weinstein

“We are appalled by the behavior of Harvey Weinstein. Sexual harassment or assault of any kind is unacceptable and cannot be tolerated. As a society, we must work together to ensure every professional environment is one of safety and respect. Hollywood is no exception. RAINN stands with the courageous women who have come forward to share their story and make their voices heard. We look forward to working with the industry to ensure that nobody ever has to face the situations that Weinstein subjected them to.”

Jodi Omear, Vice President of Communications


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