Ways to Prevent Rape
I. Know what rape is. Understand that any sex act, with someone who does not want it, is Rape; and that even though sex may be one motivation, the act itself is an abuse of power.
II. Treat rape with the seriousness it deserves. Learn who rapes, how, and why, and the damage they cause: not in the locker room but from professionals and survivors.
III. Don't think you are entitled to sex because you're horny, or you spent money, or this person dated you, or married you, or had sex with you before, or any other reason.
IV. Stop when you're asked to, either verbally or physically, even if it's in the middle of the hottest sex you've ever had.
V. Toughen up. Be man enough to take disappointment, frustration, and rejection instead of taking them out on others.Step up and work to change your gender's behavior so that rapes will not happen, instead of depending on women to do it for you.
VI. Walk the Walk. DO SOMETHING about it when you know someone is a rapist or a danger. Turn them in, warn any women who may be endangered, or do whatever you can to stop that person. DO NOT tolerate, excuse, or ignore.
VII. Speak up. Defend a woman's unconditional right to choose when and where to have sex, and who with, and insist your friends recognize that right. Don't laugh at rape jokes or catcalls, object to them.
IX. If you have raped anyone, get help, figure out what is wrong with you, and fix it. Make reparations if possible.
X. Send this to every man you know, and when you get chain letters telling women what to do to avoid men who rape them, substitute this list.