Tea Consent (Clean) Home - It's time we talked. Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria. How do you go about talking to kids about porn? A writer for Mamamia, Harriet Pawson, previously wrote a letter to her son about porn.
Now, a study has proven that 60 per cent of students say they watch porn to learn about sex. Update: Kids are learning about sex from porn these days, not from their parents. A study by the National Union of Students in the U.K. found that 60 per cent of college students say they watch porn for educational purposes, because their parents and schools just aren’t cutting it. The study found “60 per cent of students use porn to find out more about sex. 40 per cent cited porn as helping their understanding about sex, but overall almost three quarters agreed it provided unrealistic expectations.” Which is troubling, because porn isn’t real. But as The Cut pointed out, 75 per cent of the participants found porn to be unrealistic and so do many other forms of media that depict sex. A writer for Mamamia, Harriet Pawson, previously wrote on the subject… To my darling Son, One in Three Campaign - Download One in Three Campaign Posters.
One in Three has produced a series of seven free digital poster designs aimed at educating boys and young men about respectful and healthy relationships.
Covering issues such as sexual abuse/unwanted sex, social abuse/isolation and physical and emotional abuse, the posters aim to encourage young males not to accept unhealthy or abusive behaviours in their relationships. If the posters are to be used in a co-ed (mixed sex) context, we would expect that other posters be displayed giving similar messages to girls and young women. There are many such posters available from other organisations. The posters are available as high-resolution PDF files in A3 size, in 7 designs. They are ready to download, print off and display at your school or service. Healthy Sex Talk: Teaching Kids Consent, Ages 1-21.
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.
The ongoing horror of rape in the news, from Penn State to the young women raped and killed in India to Steubenville, has proven to be a wake-up call for many parents. We always knew that rape was a problem, but never before have we been so mobilized to create change. As writers, educators, and advocates of sex-positivity and healthy consent, the four of us have been inundated with requests from parents for advice on how to help create a future with less rape and sexual assault.
We believe parents can start educating children about consent and empowerment as early as 1 year old and continuing into the college years. It is our sincere hope that this education can help us raise empowered young adults who have empathy for others and a clear understanding of healthy consent. Sincerely, Julie Gills, Jamie Utt, Alyssa Royse and Joanna Schroeder 1.
Why it’s so hard to cure HIV/AIDS - Janet Iwasa. This woman just explained consent with the most perfect metaphor : The Loop. Consent.
It’s a powerful word that, for some bizarre reason, is still argued about to this day. It seems many people still don’t really get what “consent” means. As Rockstar Dinosaur Pirate Princess points out, it’s actually a pretty simple concept: “Whoever you are initiating sexytimes with, just make sure they are actually genuinely up for it. That’s it. It’s not hard. And it shouldn’t be. If you’re still struggling, just imagine instead of initiating sex, you’re making them a cup of tea. You say, “Hey, would you like a cup of tea?” If they are unconscious, don’t make them tea. If you say, “Hey, would you like a cup of tea?” What is sexual consent? This might help if you…
What is sexual assault - Help for Victims of Sexual Assault New South Wales. In this section you'll find information about what is sexual assault and its various forms.
Select a link below for more information about that topic. What is sexual assault ? Sexual assault occurs when a person is forced, coerced or tricked into sexual acts against their will or without their consent, or if a child or young person under 18 is exposed to sexual activities. Sexual assault is a crime. Sexual assault is not the victim's fault. Sexual assault can happen to anyone in our community. Lawstuff Australia - Know Your Rights - - - Topics. Whatdoyouexpect. Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria. SexLoveAndOtherStuff-DVRCV.pdf. Ansell Sex-Ed.Welcome to Ansell Sex-Ed. / Ansell Sex-Ed.
STI's and Sexual Health. Contraceptives. If Buying Condoms Was Like Buying Birth Control. Some methods of contraception are much easier to access than others: If you want condoms, you head to your local drug store and walk out two minutes later; if you want birth control pills... it's a process.