To ensure that you are engaging in safe and consensual sexual activity, it is important to communicate clearly with your partner(s) about boundaries, desires, and consent.
It is also important to practise safe sex by using barrier methods such as condoms and dental dams to prevent the transmission of STIs and unwanted pregnancies.
If you feel that your rights have been violated, it is important to seek support and take action to protect yourself. This may involve speaking to a trusted friend or family member, seeking medical attention, or contacting local authorities or organizations that specialise in sexual assault or abuse. In Singapore, organizations such as AWARE, PAVE, and the Sexual Assault Care Centre offer support and resources for survivors of sexual violence.