We shouldn’t need to ‘pledge’ to do this, but it seems decency is not all that common.
I have to add a comment, though. This looks easy, but it’s not. Here’s what will happen to you if you follow through on that commitment:
You will be immediately vilified by a substantial contingent of people who do not want this behavior suppressed. It persists because it’s popular.
There will a rapid backlash. You will be accused of everything the perpetrator did; there are people who will make up and distort stories about your past to claim that you do it, too.
You will be blacklisted by various groups. How dare you criticize Mr Big?
Your email and Twitter accounts will become very interesting, in a hostile sort of way. You don’t mind being photoshopped into various compromising situations, do you? Do death threats bother you?
It will never end. Never. The people who will declare themselves your nemeses are obsessed.
Don’t let that stop you from taking the pledge, though. I just believe in the principle of informed consent, so before you jump in, it’s good to know what to expect. The first time the issue seriously comes up, I guarantee there will be cold sweats and despair and you will feel like you’re committing a kind of suicide. But be strong.
Just tell yourself that the victims of that asshole experienced much worse, so you need to do the right thing.