Can we create a safer party culture for all?
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Alcohol and drugs dissolve clear boundaries of consent. Mostly that works out okay. Sometimes it doesn’t.
Joanna Schroeder explains why it’s so important to understand the link between the partying lifestyle and sexual assault.
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