Look, I understand the good intentions behind this interactive website. Many of the concepts are good. However, there are certain parts in the interactive 'role playing' portion that I strongly feel are offensive to many people, especially of certain religious creeds. Blatant discussion about sex and 'sex toys' is certainly not acceptable to many people of certain religions. The main problem is, some Universities, such as California State University San Bernardino, are making the completion of this website's modules mandatory as a solution for awareness of sexual assault. Personally, I do not subscribe to any religion, but I don't like how it makes my friends of certain religious beliefs feel. They are forced to take these modules that are so brazenly displaying subject matter against their faith. Furthermore, there is blatant subtext suggesting an Orwellian, 'witch hunt' atmosphere of pushing students to report every and any possible sexual innuendo. Yes, 'cat calling' and 'hollering' at women and anyone is wrong and extremely degrading. However, I find it extremely disturbing how one part of the module blatantly insists that the 'right' answer to everything is to report it to this agency called the R.A. Why not human resources? Why not submit a police report if it is a serious problem? The idea of acronym bureaucracies used as an immediate 'go to' reeks of a paranoid, secret police atmosphere cultivating in which if a man is careless enough to be overheard simply saying , "she's really sexy", to his friend, he may be pigeon holed and now he's burned at the stake. Perhaps some may see my complaint as an overreaction. However, I see a slippery slope of paranoia and fear that all too easily grips communities when criminal acts have occurred. Unfortunately, many groups, religious and others, I often see are disregarded, perhaps not intentionally, but disregarded none the less.