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The #MeToo movement sparked a much-needed discussion about sexual violence and the importance of consent. This insightful resource teaches readers exactly what consent means and how they can set clear boundaries, not only in their love lives, but in everyday life. The narrative emphasizes crucial points for readers, such as listening to their own body and mind, establishing what is comfortable for them, and recognizing that their voice should be heard and understood. "No" always means "no," and "yes" is something a person gives of their own free will; it is not taken.
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Baker County Library 176.4 .S655u 2020 (Text) 37814003313781 YOUNG ADULT NON-FICTION Book System_Only_3months 10/27/2020 Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781725346697
  • ISBN: 1725346699
  • ISBN: 9781725346680
  • ISBN: 1725346680
  • Physical Description: 48 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Rosen Central, 2020.

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General Note:
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introducing consent -- What is consent? -- My views on consent: Yas Necati -- My views on consent: Louise Spilsbury -- recognizing consent -- My views on consent: David Bartlett -- Your body, your choice -- My views on consent: Zara Todd -- Under pressure -- My views on consent: Alice Pinney -- Types of consent -- My views on consentL Hibo Wardere -- Consent and the law -- My views on consent: Jack Fletcher -- What if I didn't consent -- What do you think? -- What can we do? -- Useful information -- Glossary -- Index.
Summary, etc.:
The #MeToo movement sparked a much-needed discussion about sexual violence and the importance of consent. This insightful resource teaches readers exactly what consent means and how they can set clear boundaries, not only in their love lives, but in everyday life. The narrative emphasizes crucial points for readers, such as listening to their own body and mind, establishing what is comfortable for them, and recognizing that their voice should be heard and understood. "No" always means "no," and "yes" is something a person gives of their own free will; it is not taken.
Subject: Sexual consent.
Personal space.
Respect for persons.
Interpersonal relations.
Genre: Informational works.

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