This group includes activists, feminists, and individuals who are working to end gender-based violence and inequality. They are already engaged in social justice issues and are likely to be early supporters of the campaign.
Survivors of sexual violence and their allies, such as friends, family members, and support networks, are a crucial part of the audience. The campaign empowers survivors and encourages their allies to stand with them.
Ultimately, the campaign seeks to engage a wider public audience who may not be deeply involved in activism but can contribute by attending events, sharing information, and supporting the cause in various ways.
Participate in the screenings and discussions organized by #StandWithHer in your community. Engage in conversations about toxic masculinity, consent, and healthy relationships. Bring a man - or two - or three - to a screening with you. Then #TalkAboutIt
Be willing to challenge traditional notions of honor and shame that perpetuate silence around sexual assault. Encourage open discussions and provide safe spaces for survivors to share their experiences.