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Contributing to #consentculture

Did you know that One Student founders Kelly and Becca lead SEXVERSATIONS workshops all over the country? And they’re not shy about pushing through the awkward to help start meaningful conversations about consent.  Kelly and Becca help people of all ages break down the barriers to having honest and healthy conversations about sex, sexual health and relationships. For many participants, it is life changing as they realize they’re not alone in their thoughts, fears and hopes. You know what else is good about all this sexversating? A portion of the proceeds from Sexversations workshops and product sales are designated to support One Student.  Sexversations contributes to #consentculture in more ways than one! Wanna learn more? Visit Sexversations.com


Dear Joshua: You just don’t get it do you?

This “religious voice” is repugnant. Here is the kicker…every time you slut shame women, what you are essentially saying is men have no self control. You are saying that the sight of a woman’s body- makes “well meaning” men rapists, predators and people who assault other humans.

Men (good men) should be grossly offended. If you’re not, maybe ask yourself why?

Women are not seeking your permission for how to dress, we are asking that you stop thinking you own our bodies.

As a mother of sons, married to a great man I find these accusations heinous.  The men in my life are better than this, they understand consent; regardless of situation or attire.

Do you really think what someone wears matters?

– Becca


Teaching our children about rape culture.

It is our job to perpetuate environments with healthy masculinity and work against rape culture. If I do not, if we do not, if you do not, then we are all complicit in the issue. 6 Things Boys Learn By Age 5 That Perpetuate Rape Culture. 


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