Where do you Draw The Line?

Draw The Line / Tracons les limites [en français] is an interactive campaign that aims to engage Ontarians in a dialogue about sexual violence. The campaign challenges common myths about sexual violence and equips bystanders with information on how to intervene safely and effectively. Draw the Line is managed by the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres (OCRCC) & Action Ontarienne Contre la Violence Faite aux Femmes (AOcVF) in collaboration with a group of partner organizations including White Ribbon.

At White Ribbon, we talk to men and boys about roles they can step up and play to help end violence against women and girls (like this poster of ‘6 things men can do to help end street harassment’). Now we are asking men and boys to consider where they draw the line in everyday situations!

Check out the scenarios below, as well as the PSAs and podcasts, and be sure to also visit Draw The Line / Tracons les limites.

Order postcards and posters.

Elementary School

Alcohol-facilitated Sexual Assault

Cyber Sexual Harassment

Inappropriate Touching

Stalking / Criminal Harassment

Secondary School

Alcohol-facilitated Sexual Assault

Cyber Sexual Violence

Sexual Assault by a Person of Authority

Sexual Harassment by a Person of Authority

Stalking / Criminal Harassment

Workplace Sexual Harassment

Post Secondary

Download the full set in PDF format here. Or order online here.

Frosh Culture


Sports Culture


Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault


Sexual Exploitation




DTL White Ribbon Radio Podcasts


Draw-the-Line: Sexual Violence on Campus

Sexual violence is a serious issue on campus.

Male students, staff, faculty and administration play an important role in ending sexual violence against women.

White Ribbon Canada and Draw-the-Line created the following scenarios and polled students on what can be done on Ontario campuses.

We believe men can be strong role models and positive influencers with other men. They can speak out against sexual violence and be strong allies to women. Learn about the issue; believe and support women who have experienced violence; and always seek consent in your relationships. Help promote positive change on campus and in the community. If you are an athlete or a student leader, invite your teammates, coaches, fans and fellow students to a community dialogue. It’s time we have these conversations.

Consent Man PSAs


There are times in life when we really need to talk about consent, and not just when we talk about sex.

We believe men can be great role models for other men, young men and boys, and it is time to have those conversations.
Check out all the Adventures of Consent Man episodes

Consent Man Ep 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Lepsgj0R-0

Consent Man Ep 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtLF3VYnb18

Consent Man Ep 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AStSm1LAuNU

Consent Man Ep 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L84VLhObOyk

Consent Man Ep 5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjXPceg5jFA

Sexual Exploitation E-Module

Sexual Exploitation E-Module




Draw-the-Line Against Sexual Exploitation: A Guide for Educators

This e-learning module provides secondary school and community educators with information and tools to help youth learn about sexual exploitation and understand the role they can play in ending it in our schools and communities.

This is a Draw-the-Line initiative produced by White Ribbon in partnership with the Ontario Secondary Schools Teachers Federation.