Cultivating Consent Culture work booklet

Cultivating Consent Culture 🎟

Includes six-page printable companion PDF workbook with definitions of consent.

Participants will be taught how to:

  • Understand how films and TV shows – and media in general – often do not provide women with suitable amounts of agency. This constant messaging then makes it difficult to give firm β€˜no’s, which are respected as final.
  • Spot consent issues across different real-life situations.
  • Purposefully let your partner(s) know when and how you’d like to take things further, and when you don’t.

Includes six-page printable companion PDF workbook with definitions of consent; examples of verbal and non-verbal signs of consent and non-consent; exercises to practice purposefully verbalising pleasure, desires and boundaries, and tips for introducing new sexual practices into your repertoire.

Testimonials

β€œThe use of current material made it repeatable, fresh and pointed to the reality of the topics currently being discussed widely at present.”

Anon., β€˜Cultivating Consent Culture’ online workshop participant, July 2020

β€œIt was great! I liked how open it was and people felt they could voice their thoughts in a safe space.”

Anon., β€˜Cultivating Consent Culture’ online workshop participant, July 2020