Since then, she said, several national studies have used the phrase or identified an increase in attacks during that time period.
In a 2015 campus climate survey from the Association of American Universities, researchers found 16.9 percent of women reported assault during their freshman year, a percentage that steadily declined to 11.1 percent for senior women.
“That’s when they’re more vulnerable.” Ordóñez said she started the programming about five years ago to supplement annual campaigns after she saw the term used in research done by Middlebury College in Vermont.
She is shivering, pulling her red raincoat across her chest.
Throughout the year, Wendy Ordóñez teaches Florida International University students about sexual assault and consent.
As the coordinator of outreach and educational media for the Victim Empowerment Program, she hands out bright red pamphlets with catchy phrases — “I [mustache illustration] for consent” is one of them — and graphics to teach students about the risks of sexual assault.
And things have recently taken a chilling turn for the worse.
In the early hours of December 23, the body of a 21-year-old Polish prostitute, Daria Pionko, was found behind an electrical substation on a deserted industrial estate within the zone.
And contrary to what a lot of people might think, the Amsterdam Red Light District has a very friendly atmosphere and isn't as dangerous as it used to be.