Research shows that 43% of middle school students experience sexual harassment from their peers and a third of teenagers report experiencing relationship abuse
Natalie, a Rhode Island eighth-grader, credits being in Girl Scouts with helping her speak up about sexual harassment at her school
In a world where “boys will be boys” and victims of sexual assault are perpetually blamed, it’s important to start conversations about consent early.
Actresses Alyssa Milano and Selma Blair discuss the importance of teaching young boys at an early age about consent and respect for women
Parents should teach their daughters the importance of consent without undermining their personal choices.
Parents need to talk to their sons about preventing sexual violence
Erin Brown details how she includes a discussion about affirmative consent with her 8 year old daughter during the “sex talk.”
This comic from Everyday Feminism shows how lessons we learn as a child perpetuate Rape Culture
An in depth look at the yearlong investigation by The Associated Press of sexual assaults by K-12 students over a 4-year period.
Talking to your children about sexual assault can be stressful. Here are 11 tips on how to talk to your kids about safety.
New PSA ‘No More’ shows the wrong way to respond to a male sexual assault survivor.
The Trump administration’s recent decision to rescind President Obama’s federal guidance protecting trans students has been applauded by many conservatives
We are taught from the moment we leave our pink nurseries we are collapsible paper dolls: light to hold, easier
Most people agree that gender discrimination is unacceptable. Yet it still persists and assumes many forms, from the seemingly harmless
Remember this adorable little guy? Pepé Le Pew is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes character that first premiered in 1945.
MTV’s Sweet/Vicious ESPN labeled Sweet/Vicious as “The Best Show You Haven’t Been Watching.” Its time to change that. True Story:
The following sentence applies regardless of when you read this: A famous man has recently been accused of doing sexual
There are few things scarier for a parent to talk to their kids about than rape. It’s violent. It’s dehumanizing.
List of books that help parents teach their children about consent and boundaries.
I wrote this letter to my daughters last night. It was the best I could do. pic.twitter.com/cge8JEODJr — Joel Levin
Want to end rape culture? Watch and see how to talk to your kids