April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Fullerton College hosted several events to increase campus awareness of the issue. The Hornet asked Fullerton College students what they consider is crossing the line when it comes to sexual assaults.
“Anything that the other person didn’t give consent over.”
“I think it’s crossing the line when a girl says ‘no’ and you keep going. Basically, going past her denial is crossing the line.”
“I think crossing the line is when you’re just forced to do something you don’t want to do and you’re put in a position that really wasn’t suppose to happen.”
“When you can tell that the other person is uncomfortable. They don’t even have to say it, as long as you can see it that they’re not comfortable with whatever you’re doing. I think that’s taking it too far.”