sorry police, but dressing modestly doesn't stop... →
Looking Through the Bushes: The Disappearance of... →
Learning Good Consent →
queersforfeminism: A Zine about consent, read, print xerox it and share it. inlcludes: consent questions, “queer kissing accountability,” various ways to disclose, how to scenarios to talk about consent and boundaries. This zine is so rad, informative and insightful!
so my university has a page about "sexuality"
sculpturedweekends: and the first thing on the page is “consent is sexy” I LOVE YOU UNIVERSITY THAT DOES NOT SUBSCRIBE TO VICTIM BLAMING AND IS NOT CONTROLLED BY RAPE CULTURE. every school should take note of this and follow the example.
My favourite part about sex is consent.
Consent is Sexy →
This is the collection of all the ‘Consent is Sexy’ posters that we see all over the internet.
so we've noticed this HUGE increase in followers.
we at (con)sensual just want to thank each and every one of you for your interest in the movement to eradicate sexual violence on campuses around the country (around the world). we could never do this without your support. we love you. we love you. xo
mollyberkson asked: LOVE your blog/campaign. Rock on!!
[W]hile sex positivity is often discussed in the context of acknowledgement and...– Clarisse Thorn on Why Active Monogamy is Also Sex Positive and Thus Needs No Apologies | Figleaf’s Real Adult Sex (via sexisnottheenemy)
You know what? Teaching people what rape is and not to do it is what’s going to...– STFUFauxminists (via bebinn)
The paradigm of “women trade sex to men for affection / favors / security /...– The Pervocracy: Supply-Side Rape Prevention. (via sexisnottheenemy)
10 Sex Tips You Will Never Hear In Health Class
elliottmarshal: Since no one asked me sexy questions, I’m just going to yell about sexual health anyways. Never brush your teeth right before having oral sex. You can open all kinds of cuts in your mouth that leave you susceptible to inflection! If you’re worried about your breath before a date or hook up, chew gum first. Worried that the taste of your sex fluid might deter someone from...
No means no, even in BDSM.
justjasper: The facts that “no” (or other dissent) doesn’t bring BDSM sexual activity to an end does not change the meaning of “no”. BDSM does not hurt the “no means no” mantra, and it does not change it to “no means no except when it means yes”. “No” in BDSM activity is not the same as “yes”. You say no because the activity in question is pushing the boundaries of what you are okay with, or in...
I have been drunk a lot of times. I have been in bed with other drunk women and...– ~ Feministe (via sassmasterdeane)
when learning good consent
open-paren: prepare yourself to receive no as an answer you can’t just say “you can totally say no” and then freak out when you actually hear “no” on that same note, you shouldn’t internalize it as a personal act committed against you or a statement made against your desires. when someone says no when you ask for consent, it doesn’t mean that your desires are invalid. it only means that that...
By not speaking up or waiting until the other person can share their desires, we...– Yes Means Yes - Beyond Yes and No by Rachel Kramer Bussel (via bethechange651)