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Don’t just talk to your kids about consent; practice it

The simplest thing we can do to teach children about consent is to model it through their relationships with US. If guardians and people close to them ask their consent before being touched, kissed, moved about, etc.; this will be the way they interact with other people in their life. […] Consent is not just about sex, it’s about a culture in which people are entitled to decide when, where, how, and whom they interact with in an intimate way. Continue reading

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“But I Don’t Have Any Skills!”

There’s few things that mystify me more than hearing someone sigh defeatedly and tell me that they’re just not good at anything, except for when it’s followed by I just don’t like to do anything. Every healthy person has interests … Continue reading

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