From sex work to church youth groups, the question of consent is at the heart of nearly every human connection. So why do we only seem to ask about it when it’s too late?
There are times when I'm teaching my boys about consent that I think, “But he’s only six!” And then I remind myself, if not now, when?
Submitted by Kristina Wright | 11.29.17 12am
Evangelical sex ed fails teens - even thinking about having sex with someone else meant you had already done it in your heart.
Submitted by Susie Mendoza | 11.27.17 12am
We must continue to acknowledge and condemn all forms of sexual harassment, regardless of how society may compartmentalize them, in order for a true cultural shift to occur.
Submitted by Candace McDuffie | 11.27.17 12am
The sad thing is, it took someone almost destroying me to make me open my eyes to the extent of what happens when we talk not about a culture of consent, but about temptation and defense instead.
Submitted by Anonymous | 11.27.17 12am