Talking consent : 16 workshops on relationship and sex education for schools and other youth settings / Thalis Wallis and Pete Wallis
By: Wallis, Thalia.
Contributor(s): Wallis, Pete.Publisher: London ; Philadelphia, PA : Jessica KIngsley Publishers, 2021Copyright date: 2021Description: 304 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781787750814.Subject(s): SEX EDUCATION | INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS | CONSENT | SAFETY | LEGAL ISSUES | DATING | SEXUAL HEALTH | GENDER IDENTITY | SELF ESTEEM | ADOLESCENTS
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"Content warning: Contains strong language and references to sex and sexual violence" -- Colophon.
Includes bibliographical references.
1. What does consent really mean? -- 2. Personal space -- 3. Protective behaviours -- 4. What the law says -- 5. Social and antisocial media -- 6. Sexting nudes -- 7. Dating and relationships -- 8. Poer, control and harassment -- 9. Drugs, alcohol and consent -- 10. Communication -- 11. Rape culture (including gender double standards, sexual objectification and victim blaming -- 12. Pornography -- 13. Positive sexuality -- 14. Gender expectations -- 15. Resilience, self-esteem and body image -- 16: Equality, diversity, inclusion and individuality
"Quality relationships and sex education is vital in equipping young people with the tools to navigate intimate relationships and make wise and informed choices. Initiating discussions with young people around these topics can seem daunting and this book offers 16 workshop plans full og engaging and creative ideas to introduce and lead them successfully. It will help young people to acquire the knowledge, life skills and values to develop healthy, respectful relationships and dispels common myths while offering appropriate answers to difficult questions that may arise. Inclusive of everybody, including the LGBTQI+ community and people with isabilities, this book gives professionals all they need to spark and shape conversations about these complex issues with confidence. -- Book Jacket