In my first year of uni I was out with friends and was turning to leave a bar when a much older man reached his hand under my skirt and grabbed pretty much everything. I had gone to karate classes for eight years but in the moment just turned and looked at him in disbelief. He and his friend just leered at me. I was too afraid that I would get kicked out of medical school if I hit him, and as I was on a night out I did not believe the police who were always stationed in a nearby traffic calming street would care. I had become so used to getting grabbed in various places by people my own age in secondary school and a wider variety of men at uni on nights out that I thought it was just normal. Education for all children is the best way forward I think, people need to learn what the parameters of appropriate touch are from a young age.