Everyday Victim Blaming

challenging institutional disbelief around domestic & sexual violence and abuse

consent education

‘Do footballers need to take rape prevention classes?’ – A Critique

After the recent introduction of consent classes to students in universities throughout the UK, and the clear lack of understanding surrounding consent in the media response to the Ched Evans case, I initially found the headline of yesterday’s telegraph article: ‘Do footballers need to take rape prevention classes?’ pretty promising. Were these (much needed) consent […]

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Consent: A mutual, interactive process

I was lucky enough to hear Liz Kelly speak earlier this year about her research on the Give ‘n’ Get Project, and her articulation of the difficulties around ‘consent’ stirred up something I’d been worrying about in relation to my own experiences both personally, professionally and in activism, so much that I’ve been thinking about […]

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