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PSAs Radio Spots on Teen Dating Violence Scripts

"Real men. Real respect for women" Campaign: Public Service Radio Spots on Teen Dating Violence Scripts

“Real men. Real respect for women” 60-second radio spot script

Music in background during announcement

ABUSER: Who you calling?

The girl addresses her boyfriend

GIRL: I’m calling my girls. I don’t want to watch you play basketball.

Enraged, the abuser addresses the girl

ABUSER: Who d’you think you’re talking to like that? I tell you when you can go. Wait over there till I’m done!

One of the guys confronts the abuser

GUY 1: Yo, why you talkin’ to her like that? What’s wrong with you?

A second guy confronts the abuser

GUY 2: Yeah, why do you think you can tell her what to do?

A third guy confronts the abuser

GUY 3: What if someone treated your mother or sister like that?

The abuser angrily reacts to their criticism

ABUSER: Get out of my face! This ain’t none of your business!

One of the guys responds to the abuser

GUY 1: I’m making it my business.

GUY 2: Nah, that’s one game we don’t play. Let’s get outta here.

ANNOUNCER: Being a real man isn’t about controlling and abusing women. It’s all about respecting women. If you’re controlling or abusing your girlfriend — emotionally, physically or sexually — stop it. Now. If you know an abuser, don’t drop the ball. Stand up to him -- tell him that it’s wrong and that you won’t respect him — unless he respects her. For more information, call 1-800-942-6906. Or visit www.opdv.ny.gov.

A message from the New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and the New York State Broadcasters Association.

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“Real men. Real respect for women” 30-second radio spot script

:15 MUSIC IN BACKGROUND DURING ANNOUNCEMENT

ABUSER: Who you calling?

The girl addresses her boyfriend

GIRL: I’m calling my girls. I don’t want to watch you play basketball.

Enraged, the abuser addresses the girl

ABUSER: I tell you when you can go. Wait over there till I’m done!

One of the guys confronts the abuser

GUY 1: Yo, why you talkin’ to her like that? What’s wrong with you?

A second guy confronts the abuser

GUY 2: Yeah, why do you think you can tell her what to do?

GUY 2: That’s one game we don’t play. Let’s get outta here.

ANNOUNCER: If you know someone who’s controlling or abusing his girlfriend, don’t drop the ball. Stand up to him and tell him it’s wrong. For more information, call 1-800-942-6906. Or visit www.opdv.ny.gov.

Real men. Real respect for women.

A message from the New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and the New York State Broadcasters Association.

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“Real men. Real respect for women” Spanish 30-second radio spot script

El verdadero hombre latino es sensible y no controla ni abusa las mujeres.

Si usted está controlando o abusando su novia – emocionalmente, físicamente o sexualmente – pare, no lo hagas.

Si usted conoce a un abusador hable con él. Dígale que esto no es aceptable en nuestra cultura.

Para más información, visite www.opdv.ny.gov

El verdadero hombre latino respeta a las mujeres.

Esto es un mensaje de la Oficina de la Prevención de la Violencia Doméstica del Estado de Nueva York.