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Dating bill of rights


  • To ask for a date
  • To refuse a date
  • To suggest activities
  • To refuse any activities, even if my date is excited about them
  • To have my own feelings and be able to express them
  • To say I think my date's information is wrong or his or her actions are unfair or inappropriate
  • To tell someone not to interrupt me
  • To have my limits and values respected
  • To tell my date when I need affection
  • To be heard
  • To refuse to lend money
  • To refuse affection
  • To refuse sex with anyone at anytime for any reason
  • To have friends and space aside from my partner
  • To determine my limits and values
  • To respect the limits of others
  • To communicate clearly and honestly
  • To respect the limits of others
  • To ask for help when I need it
  • To be considerate
  • To check my actions and decisions to determine if they are good for me
  • To set high goals

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