Share Your Story #itstimewetalked
The Otago Polytechnic Students’ Association are starting our “It’s Time We Talked” campaign, to mark the relaunch of our Thursday’s in Black campaign. Together we can end the stigma and shame men and women are made to feel when talking about their experiences with sexual assault and domestic violence.
Help us start the conversation by sharing your story today!

ALL SURVIVORS STORIES WILL BE ANONYMOUS
Please be aware that we have to edit some stories. All words will be your own – but stories may be abridged.

What is Thursday's in Black?

Thursdays in Black encourages everyone, men and women, to wear black every Thursday.
 Wearing black on Thursdays shows others that you are tired of putting up with violence, and calls for communities where we can all walk safely without fear; fear of being beaten up, fear of being verbally abused, fear of being raped, fear of discrimination.

Thank you for sharing your story!

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On the 30th of April to the 4th of May, OPSA will be placing blacked out cardboard cut-outs in the Otago Polytechnic Hub. Do you give us permission to share your story on a cardboard cutout? *
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