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Flirting Or Hurting? When Is It Okay, When Is It Harassment?

21 minutes

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Uses a blend of realistic dramatic scenarios, on-screen narrators, and a round table student discussion to show the difference between real flirting (welcome, wanted, respectful and fun) and hurting (unwelcome, unwanted, one-sided, makes you feel bad). Teaches what it means to cross the line-whether in person, through texting, or online-and reminds viewers of the serious consequences for both the target and the harasser. Helpful "flirting" tips are offered by an expert as well as advice on how to react to behaviors that are not appropriate or welcome.

Media Details

Runtime: 21 minutes

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    Teri B. (Wickatunk, NJ)
    November 15th, 2017 at 10:37 AM

    A great video that clearly distinguished between flirting and sexual harassment. My students, all of whom have learning disabilities, were able to remain engaged and focused for the entire video. It was clear, to the point, and not preachy. I highly recommend it.

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    Anonymous (Philadelphia, PA)
    November 28th, 2016 at 10:04 AM

    Diverse characters. Social interactions examples are GREAT!

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    Heather K. (Lexington, VA)
    September 26th, 2016 at 12:40 PM

    Best I've seen on this topic for younger (middle school) viewers. No explicit/graphic language or content.