(con)sensual is a dynamic, sex-positive campaign about enthusiastic consent. The campaign works to create safe spaces for dialogue on consent, educate college students about consent and their sexual rights, and encourage young people to integrate consent into their sexual practices. We love sex, and we love you. We live online here and on Twitter. (Our website is on the way.)
(con)sensual currently lives at American University in Washington, DC, where it was founded in 2009. The campaign will be available to all campuses nationwide within the year.
“Indonesian women stage a protest wearing miniskirts at Jakarta’s central roundabout on September 18, 2011 to denounce remarks made by Jakarta city Governor Fauzi Bowo who blamed a recent gang rape on the victim’s choice of clothing. Fauzi Bowo called on women on September 16 not to wear miniskirts when riding on public transport in the capital after a 27-year-old woman was attacked in a public minivan early this month.”
“My body is not porn, instead it’s your dirty mind.”
The women “protested for more protection for women and better aid for sexual assault victims.”