The ‘Moving The Line’ clip is certainly an interesting seven-minute experience.
An analogy using milkshakes was included in the video to explain the boundaries of consent to students.
At the beginning of the video, the narrator says: “To cross into the action zone, both people must agree.” A man and woman then sit down with two milkshakes. The woman asks if the man wants to try her drink and he says yes, but he likes his own milkshake more than hers.
The woman gets very offended by this and decides to take out a chunk of ice cream from her milkshake and smears it into his confused face.
(Don’t worry we’re just as confused.)
The voiceover then comes in and says: “This is what we call ‘moving the line,’” and uses this example to show how people should respect other’s wishes and not ‘move the line’ in order to get them to agree with you.
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