I'm a 20 year old female student here at RIT. When I was a junior in high school, I was raped. My body was violated by my then boyfriend. I don't think he understood what he did to me. He spoke to me the next day as if nothing happened. Even to this day, I still have nightmares and have trouble overcoming this awful situation. I don't know what could have changed to prevent my rape from happening. Maybe if he was even a little educated on how a female's body and mind works, he wouldn't have chosen to violate me. Maybe if he even had the slightest clue about what is okay and not okay and how to ask for permission. I agree with President Destler's decision in preventing the issue to be given to young children. If I was a mother, I wouldn't want my child to see or read about issues of sexuality before I had the opportunity to introduce them. High school students (aged 13-18) should be allowed to obtain the issue.