Consent

WCSAP Webpage
March, 2011

We know we want to end sexual violence but what do we want? Well for one, how about healthy sexuality & mutually enjoyable sexual encounters. Teaching skills on consent encourages us to think about ourselves, our partners, & sexual boundaries before sexual violence occurs.

Consent: In-Depth

The sexuality education and support organization Scarleteen provides real resources about teen sexuality. The article…

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June, 2013

In our work to end sexual violence, we have come to realize we need to do more than just tell people that sexual violence is a problem. We need to help communities build skills to engage in the proactive, positive behaviors we want to see. A great place to start is with a discussion of consent. As preventionists, it's our role to help communities understand and hopefully practice meaningful consent.

The articles in this issue of "PISC" are a starting place for the discussion of…

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WCSAP Webpage
June, 2015

This tip is about consent-now I know you might be thinking, again? But hear me out.

Yes, consent is a fairly common topic area in sexual assault prevention, and there are good reasons for that. Far too often though we come up with reasons why we CANNOT teach consent. Things like the kids I'm working with are too young for that, or the school doesn't let us talk about sex. And this is why this Tip is about consent... without sex.

It's About So Much More

A recent…

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Where Is Your Line? Where Is the Line of Consent?
DVD
January, 2010

The project was triggered by the director’s personal traumatic experience and her decision to use this experience as a springboard to open a universal 33 conversation about a common but rarely discussed reality, and to counter mainstream media’s misrepresentations of sex and sexual assault.

DVD, 24 min DVD toolkit and study guide

  1. Sexual Assault
  2. Gender Equality
  3. Prevention
  4. Consent
  5. Sexual Relationship
  6. Communication
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WCSAP Webpage
December, 2012

We know we want to end sexual violence but what do we want? Well for one, how about healthy sexuality & mutually enjoyable sexual encounters. Teaching skills on consent encourages us to think about ourselves, our partners, & sexual boundaries before sexual violence occurs. Below are a few ideas of different ways to incorporate a consent framework into your work!

Consent

In-Depth

The sexuality education and support organization…

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