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The Better Bystanders and the Campus Involvement Center presents Yeah Maybe No as part of the annual A Mile Together (to end Power-Based Personal Violence) event. Follow the Better Bystanders on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @OHIObystander. Want a bystander intervention workshop for your group, class, or club?  Email us at!

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After campus activists bring attention to sexual assault to Reed college, Blake, a young gay man, realizes that his past early sexual encounters were more than just bad learning experiences. But gaps in the legal system and difficulties in getting peer support leave Blake feeling uncomfortable in his new identity as a survivor.

Testimony from experts in sexual violence and the filmmaker’s own assault offer context for understanding how each story of sexual assault is both commonplace and unique. Yeah Maybe No ultimately challenges audiences to see the complexity of sexual assault in order to more fully support survivors.

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...a more subtle exploration of our ingrained attitudes about sexual assault—what constitutes it, who it happens to, how we recover from it, and how we can respond more effectively to survivors.

Thomas G. Fiffer
The Good Men Project
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