Think Before You SpeakPaper Rating: Word Count: 760 Approx Pages: 3
Today, I was sitting outside my education classroom waiting for a friend with whom I was having lunch. While I was relaxing, I could hear the sounds of a film that was being shown for a sexual trauma class next door. The door was open, and with careful listening, I figured out that the film being shown was an educational documentary about date rape. Curious, I moved my chair closer to the door so that I could hear more clearly. The more I heard, the more interested I became.
"Men are, by nature, predators Â, explained the narrator. "Women, especially young women on college campuses, are surrounded by rapists. These rapists are in the guise of your closest male friends. You may think they are on your side, but you'd be wrong. Â
This was only the beginning. After a few more statements â which I missed because I was scrambling for my notebook â the female narrator began to explain the warning signs that women should look for in their male friends to see if he was a rapist. The first signal, said the woman, was drinking. "Rapists tend to drink alcohol and become drunk at