Back to the Bulletin. She also discusses the mentality of many perpetrators who feel that sex is something they are owed or entitled to. The Bulletin is monthly newsletter delivered straight to your inbox with all our latest topics and conversations. The video excellently breaks down consent, sexual communication and power dynamics. Sign Up for Our Newsletter. Research shows there are key elements that need to be incorporated for education to have a meaningful impact on sexual violence prevention.
Certainly understanding consent is a key component, but as you can see above, much more is required for us to see meaningful change. Supporting all of us to see our shared role in stopping sexual violence and providing strategies for taking action Many consent education programs are initiated with the hope that giving students more knowledge about the definition of consent will empower them to stand up for their peers and possible reduce the number of sexual assaults. The rest of the videos do not unpack any more about the context of sexual assault, power dynamics or gender socialization. Back to the Bulletin. Similar to the Planned Parenthood series, the video does not unpack why consent is difficult in our society and the root causes of sexual assault. So while consent education requires much more than a YouTube video, we know that this type of media can clarify and add to the discussion.