Consent – Better Safe than Sorry

When engaging in sexual activities, it is not only necessary to give your consent for every

activity you engage in, but you should feel comfortable doing it. No sexual act should be

initiated without you being asked for your permission. Asking for consent can come in a

variety of ways. The most important aspect of consent is communication.Consent flyer

If you feel that your consent was violated and that you have been sexually assaulted in

some way, there are many on- and off-campus resources available including the SDSU

Police Department, the Sexual Assault Victim Advocate, the Center for Community

Solutions, the Title IX Deputy, Student Health Services, or Counseling and Psychological

Services. They will assist and support you in a variety of ways.

By: Nikita Alimohammad, Graduate Health Promotion Intern, MPH Candidate

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