That’s Not Cool

Facing Stories

FullSizeRender (1)

Where do you draw the line when it comes to phone calls, texting, emails, social media, and personal privacy? How many times does a partner have to call, send texts, or emails until it becomes obsessive and controlling? Does your partner ask to see your phone so he/she can see who you call or text? Does your partner ask for your passwords to your email, Facebook, or Twitter accounts? When someone is constantly calling, texting, wanting passwords, or checking your phone that is a form of control. When your partner doesn’t trust you, and is forcing you to show him/her your personal texts, emails, or social media that’s not cool. If you or a friend have experienced this or are afraid that your personal privacy is not being respected or violated check out

Previous Post
Did you know?
Next Post
Questioning How Sexual Violence Occurs – Elena Diller ’17