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SUMMARY: Protect yourself against date rape by using these awareness and defensive strategies.

Tell People Where You Will Be

Inform a friend, roommate, family member before going on date with details on who you will be meeting, where, and when you plan on returning. If you cannot reach them directly, leave a voice message, e-mail, or note.

Set and Communicate Your Limits Clearly

Sexual limits should be set clearly early in the relationship. Be direct and upfront. If things are progressing too far, you must clearly say "no." Do not talk around it, such as saying "not right now" (maybe later then), or "I'm not sure about this" (all he has to do is convince her), or laughingly say "stop" (he thinks you are just kidding).

Directly say "don't do that," "I am serious," "do not go further." These statements are clear and direct, and do not leave room for interpretation or negotiation.

Meet in a Public Place

The first few dates with someone new should take place in public. Date rapes occur in isolated areas, where calls for help cannot be heard by anyone else. Even close-by areas that conveniently offer privacy for two people should be avoided, such as an upstairs bedroom at a house party or a parked car.

Arrange for Your Own Transportation

Do not rely on your date for transportation to and from the date. Meet him at the arranged location. Carry enough cash to take a cab home.

Trust You Instincts

Pay attention to you gut instincts. If your intuition tells you that "something is not right," it probably is. Get out of the situation immediately. Better to be rude and embarrassed than sexually assaulted.

Beware the Overly Friendly Date

A common characteristic of date rape offenders are that they move too quickly towards intimacy. Victims cite that their dates were overly friendly, came on too strong, and did not recognize subtle cues from the victim to slow down.

Such situations underscore the importance of setting and communicating your limits clearly and directly, as mentioned above. And end the date quickly if he is not respecting your personal boundaries.

End a Date Quickly

Do whatever it takes to get out of the situation. The following are a couple suggestions to gracefully end the date quickly. But do not be tied to these excuses or set ups.

Make a phone call, or pretend to, and tell your date that you something urgent (home accident, work emergency) has come up and that you have to end the date.

Privately call a friend to "bump" into you where you are, and act surprised.

Women's Self-Defense

   For over many years Grand Master Ali Babri, 8th Degree Black Belt and Master Instructor has been host to one of the most unique programs for women's self defense offered anywhere in the CANADA & All over the World . Grand Master Babri offers His students the opportunity to use full force techniques on a fully-padded attacker.

   The trained attacker will react only to a blow that without padding would do sufficient damage to allow escape. These way students KNOW if their defensive techniques will work. Target areas are explained, real-to-life scenarios are played out and students are put in as many situations as possible, building confidence in their defensive moves and their right to use them to survive!

   This program has been presented to many local businesses for employees and has a regular circuit of mother's clubs and professional organizations that call us back year after year

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