- I have the right to refuse a date without feeling guilty.
- I can ask for a date without feeling rejected or inadequate
if the answer is no.
- I do not have to act macho.
- I may choose not to act seductively.
- If I don't want physical closeness, I have the right to
- I have the right to start a relationship slowly, to say, "I
want to know you better before I become involved."
- I have the right to be myself without changing to suit others.
- I have the right to change a relationship when my feelings change.
I can say, "We used to be close, but I want something else
- If I am told a relationship is changing, I have the right not
to blame or change myself to keep it going.
- I have the right to an equal relationship with my partner.
- I have the right not to dominate or to be dominated.
- I have the right to act one way with one person and a different
way with someone else.
- I have the right to change my goals whenever I want to.
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