Workshops are designed for groups of 25 people or less, and are available for high schools, colleges/universities, and parent groups. Each program runs approximately one hour and is activity based, helping attendees develop the critical thinking skills necessary to apply their learnings to real situations.
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We are dedicated to making sure everyone can easily access consent education, which is why our programs are a little different than most. We don’t focus on the negative or reactionary side of things, because that doesn't give people the understanding needed to change behavior. Instead, we offer workshops that people want to attend. Within this more easily understood context, we provide the tools they need to talk about consent, framing the conversation around real-life scenarios.
WORKSHOPS COMING IN 2017!
NOT SURE WHERE THE LINE IS WHEN YOU'RE DRINKING?
This workshop focuses on how to ask for, give and receive consent when you're drinking, meeting new people, and trying to get down. Like all our workshops, this isn't about the law - you know that if you're intoxicated, you can't legally consent. So let's talk about how to judge whether or not a "yes" is really a "yes" when alcohol is involved. Let's make sure you're taking care of yourself, your hook-up(s), your friends, and everyone else around you. Let's make sure everyone is having a good time & enjoying the party. Rumor has it, you might even learn how to make a drink!
WHO DOESN'T WANT TO HAVE BETTER SEX?
In this workshop, we dive right into how both you and your partner(s) can get more pleasure out of sexual interactions by placing focusing on consent and communication. This isn't just about ethics -- it's about knowing what you want, what your partner wants, and that you're both really into what's happening. Even better? Communication opens up all sorts of opportunities to try new things.
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER THAN A GREAT DATE.
Whether you're just getting to know someone or you're contemplating starting a relationship, dating can be awkward. Who is expected to make the move? To pay for dinner? To schedule the second date? How long should you wait? There are a lot of "unwritten rules" around this stuff, because nobody wants to be vulnerable. But at the end of the day, clear communication can make your dating life way better. In this workshop, we talk about how to make that happen.