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1. Are you male or female?

2. Is this a Pre-Test or Post-Test?

3. What day is today?

4. A teen’s personal information is very valuable and should be kept private.

5. Teens may be groomed for abuse with attention, special privileges and gifts.

6. Cyberbullying is a crime in all 50 states.

7. Most people who teach, coach or help out with after-school activities are trustworthy people, committed to helping others.

8. It’s okay to overstep someone’s personal boundaries if you’ve been dating for awhile.

9. There are times when it is okay to accuse someone of a crime they didn’t commit.

10. Most victims of sexual abuse are slowly lured into abuse by someone they know and trust.

11. As long as we bring a friend with us, it’s safe to meet an online acquaintance in person.

12. Acquaintance rape is a rare crime among teens and young adults.

13. Sexual abuse is never the victim’s fault.

14. Teens have a legal right to request a uniformed police officer in a marked police car.

15. It is healthy to keep sexual abuse a secret.

16. Knowing only our phone number, anyone can google exactly where we live.

17. It is a crime to text nude images of ourselves to a boyfriend or girlfriend.