Lincolnshire Rape Crisis's #No More initiative encourages people on dates in bars and other social areas to ask staff to "speak to Angela" to get out of situations in which they feel upset or unsafe, reported “Are you on a date that isn’t working out? ," the campaign posters ask.“If you go to the bar and ask for ‘Angela’ the bar staff will know you need help getting out of your situation and will call you a taxi or help you out discreetly – without too much fuss.”The poster went viral on Twitter, gaining nearly 21,000 retweets so far, after a woman noticed it in the gender-neutral toilets of a Lincoln bar, reported."I saw this in a toilet and thought it was important and should be a thing everywhere not just Lincolnshire," she wrote.
Is your Tinder or POF [Plenty of Fish] date not who they said they were on their profile? Hayley Child, Substance Misuse and Sexual Violence & Abuse Strategy Coordinator for Lincolnshire County Council, said the #No More campaign, of which the 'Ask for Angela' posters are a part, "aims to promote a culture change in relation to sexual violence and abuse, promote services in Lincolnshire and empower victims to make a decision on whether to report incidents," she told ."Sexual abuse and violence is a national issue and all councils have a responsibility to tackle abuse," she added.
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As a result, Lincoln University issues this statement of policy to inform the community of our comprehensive plan addressing sexual misconduct, educational programs, and procedures that address sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, whether the incident occurs on or off campus and when it is reported to a University official.