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You have the right to disagree with your date.

You have the right to end any relationship.

You have the right to be heard.

You have the right not to be abused physically, emotionally, or sexually.

You have the right to have your morals and values respected.

You have the right to personal privacy.

You have the right to refuse to date anyone.

You have the right to express your feelings.

You have the right to experience college on your own terms.

You have the right to refuse to have sex with anyone, at anytime, for any reason.

You have the right to be treated with respect, always.

You have the right to leave any party or event when your instincts tell you to.

You have the right to have friends outside your relationship.

You have the right to be in a healthy relationship – one that is not controlling, manipulative, or jealous.

You have the right to call campus police about an incident that made you feel uncomfortable.

You have the right to say no.

You have the right to defend yourself.

You have the right to live your life without fear.

You have the right to pursue your own goals.

You have the right to intervene in order to stop violence against others.

You have the right to have a healthy body image.

You have the right to socialize without drugs or alcohol.

You have the right to choose who you love.

You have the right to your own beliefs.

You have the right to be happy.

You have the right to trust and act on your instincts.

You have the right to refuse intimidation of any kind.

You have the right to be intelligent.

You have the right to change your mind at any time.

You have the right to be angry.

You have the right to have friends and space aside from your partner.

You have the right to fulfill your life with or without a partner.

You have the right to high self esteem.

You have the right to refuse to date anyone.

You have the right to disagree with your date.

You have the right to assert your legal rights when a crime has been committed against you or someone you know.

You have the right to tell a person of authority about an incident that made you feel uncomfortable.

You have the right to be treated as an equal.

You have the right to choose and keep your friends.

You have the right to end any relationship.

You have the right to be treated with respect, always.

You have the right to have your own feelings and to be able to express them.

You have the right to refuse to have sex with anyone, anytime, for any reason.

You have the right to be heard.

You have the right to leave any dating situation when your instincts tell you to.

You have the right to know who you are dating.

You have the right to know who you are.

You have the right not to be abused physically, emotionally, or sexually.

You have the right to have your limits and values respected.

You have the right not to be pressured into doing anything you do not want to do.

You have the right to have a healthy dating relationship.

You have the right to say no.

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