Social Responsibility: Ask for Angela #AskForAngela

To All DJ’s, Door Staff, Bar Staff, Managers

A DJ was approached while working by a young girl and asked for the first time, “Is Angela working tonight?”

Having read about the #AskforAngela initiative, he knew instantly what she was referencing, said Yes, told her to jump in the DJ booth with him, (she was extremely nervous…) and in turn asked the nearest security guard the same question.

Luckily, he too knew, and the young girl was escorted through the back of the venue and into a taxi immediately.

Her “date” upon returning from the bathroom was asked to leave by management, he without delay turned violent and security stepped-in.

What is #AskForAngela

#AskforAngela is a scheme in place which aims at reducing sexual violence and vulnerability by providing WOMEN and MEN with a subtle phrase to assist getting them out of potentially dangerous and helpless situations.

First-dates, Tinder-dates or frankly getting home alone after a night out can unfortunately (history-proven) be a risk.

I urge all DJs, venues, those in hospitality/night-life to look into the concept and educate yourselves and your staff. It may seem extreme, but sometimes you may be someones only option,

Thanks & feel free to copy and paste to your wall xx

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TO ALL DJ’S, DOOR STAFF, BAR STAFF, MANAGERS

A DJ was approached while working by a young girl and asked for the first time, “Is Angela working tonight?” – having read about the #AskforAngela initiative he knew instantly what she was referencing, said yes, told her to jump in the DJ booth with him, (she was extremely nervous…) and in turn asked the nearest security guard the same question.

Luckily, he too knew, and the young girl was escorted through the back of the venue and into a taxi immediately.

Her “date” upon returning from the bathroom was asked to leave by management, he without delay turned violent and security stepped-in.

#AskforAngela is a scheme in place which aims at reducing sexual violence and vulnerability by providing WOMEN and MEN with a subtle phrase to assist getting them out of potentially dangerous and helpless situations.

First-dates, Tinder-dates or frankly getting home alone after a night out can unfortunately (history-proven) be a risk.

I urge all DJs, venues, those in hospitality/night-life to look into the concept and educate yourselves and your staff. It may seem extreme, but sometimes you may be someones only option,

Thanks & feel free to copy and paste to your wall xx