It’s likely that every father who has ever sent his daughter off to begin her college career worries about her safety — and with good reason.
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Lad culture of conquest targeted by new Oxbridge sexual consent workshops.
Harris O’Malley asserts that enthusiastic consent is important not only for rape prevention, but also because it facilitates really, really great sex.
While caring for survivors is crucial, Jamie Utt insists that it’s just as important to end the cycle of sexual violence before it begins.
It takes more than education on consent to stop rape, but it is a vital chapter in a new story of what we all want: a world without rape.
Finn Wightman writes to her son about consent because, as she says, “I love you too much to leave these things unsaid.”
Julie Gillis looks forward at the ways in which we can help heal ourselves and others after the horrors of Steubenville and other assaults in the news. Plus, an inspiring video.
A list of parenting action items, created in the hope that we can raise a generation of children who have less rape and sexual assault in their lives…from toddlers to teens.
Shannon Ridgway and Sandra Kim offer a clear guide to understanding and obtaining consent from your partner.
Is there an all-encompassing ethic of sexual consent? Ozy Frantz lays down some ground rules.
Trigger warning for discussion of rape, abuse and boundary violations.Knowing Your BoundariesThis is the most important rule of boundaries: it is okay to set whatever boundaries you want. IT IS OKAY TO SET WHATEVER BOUNDARIES YOU WANT.Our culture (I blame rape culture) has a bunch of rules about what boundaries are the right boundaries. Kiss…