Driver's Ed for the Sexual Superhighway: Navigating Consent
As it is on the road, being attentive to and giving clear signs and signals is a big deal between the sheets. If consenting feels complicated or confusing, here's a guide to clear it up.
Worried you might be pregnant? Evaluate your risk, find out what steps you may need to take next, check in with your feelings and by all means, breathe. We're here to walk you through it.
It's obviously important if you're here for information that you know what we mean when we say "sex," so we thought we'd make it clear.
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Seeing You With A Perpetrator Hurts. Here's Why.
Grace is a survivor who has something to ask of you: she's asking you not to spend time with people who have abused me or your any other survivor you know. And she's also telling you quite a lot about why.
No Grey Area: A Journey Identifying and Healing from Sexual Assault
Sexual assault and abuse can take so many forms that some people don’t recognize right away or ever. I didn’t initially recognize it. The most simple legal definition of sexual assault is “forcing a victim to participate in sexual acts,” but this definition isn’t always helpful when you’re trying to figure out if you’ve been assaulted. It's so much more complicated and unique than a one-sentence definition.
We Need Federal Legislation Against Campus Sexual Violence in Canada
As long as rape culture exists, it may be impossible to create perfect survivor-focused policies. However, unlike with Title IX, Canada should create federal policies that prioritize on making sure campus is a safer place for survivors, rather than questioning their experiences.
Sex after rape. Where do I begin?
Hi. First of all, thank you guys so much for being here; I've used so many of your resources before and found them so valuable, I really appreciate you <3 I am a college student who has had sex with one person before. This person was my boyfriend, who ended up emotionally abusing/manipulating me, psychologically abusing me (e.g....
Late Bloomer: A Guide To Orgasm After Rape
When my assault happened, I was stunted in my sexual exploration, and I had no choice but to start anew. I’ve learned it will always be an ongoing battle for me, but a possible feat. Scarleteen readers confronting a comparable situation should know there’s hope for you too. Reclaiming our right to pleasure combats apathy by demonstrating our capacity to enjoy again. While we can’t reverse rape, recovery begins when we remember we have alternatives.
Escuela de Verano Trans: Cuando Cosas van Mal
Sometimes, bad things happen to you because you're trans or otherwise gender nonconforming. What can you do to get through them?