No one ever wishes to fall as prey to sexual assault or harassment, and the finger of blame should always point to the offender—never the victim.
The standard for sexual assault knows no gender or sexual orientation, and it does not prevent someone from becoming a victim of harassment and standing up at the right time will prevent spurs of illicit affairs.
It should put to a stop that depicting sexual assault is something that only happens between strangers down dark alleyways. People can also fall victims to sexual assault caused by close friends, relatives, and neighbors too.
Body autonomy should not be a death sentence, nor should it be an epitome of victim blaming.
Our guise is not a perpetrator’s pill.