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My Bill Of Rights

  • I have the right to choose how I think, act, and feel.
  • I have the right to decide if I like or dislike how I think, act, and feel.
  • I have the right to change my opinions, feelings, and behaviors.
  • I have the right not to explain my behavior to others as long as their rights are not violated.
  • I have the right to have my opinions and feelings respected.
  • I have the right to be respected for my personhood and capabilities.
  • I have the right to meet my needs as long as I consider the needs of others.
  • I have the right to offer help to others.
  • I have the right to ask others for their help.
  • I have the right to refuse offers of help.
  • I have the right to make mistakes, be responsible for them, and forgive myself.
  • I have the right to not know everything.
  • I have the right to not care about someone or something.
  • I have the right to decide how I would like to spend my time.
  • I have the right to develop and trust my own values about sexual contact.
  • I have the right to set my own sexual limits.
  • I have the right to say “no” without feeling guilty.
  • I have the right to say “yes” without feeling guilty.
  • I have the right to be in control of my sexual experience.
  • I have the right to have a partner who respects, values, and cherishes me and who communicates openly and honestly with me.
  • I have the right to love myself, but I cannot make anyone love me.
by Clark, Leslie A. last modified Oct 15, 2012 11:16 AM
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