Teens ask about consent when you change sexual acts

What about consent when you change sexual acts?

In this video, discover how consent applies when partners go from one sexual act to a different sexual act. Parents (Moms and Dads), educators, leaders, teens, pre-teens, and people of all ages should know the content of this video. Middle schools, high schools, and universities should be sharing this video with students of all genders, expressions, identities, and sexual orientation. To reduce sexual violence of all kinds (sexual assault, sexual harassment, and rape), we need to create a culture of respect by asking first. We need to teach sex education that includes consent, bystander intervention, and supporting survivors.

P.S. This video is part of a series Mike is doing. EVERY DAY in February we launch a new video as part of recognizing February as “Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month.”

 

 

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