Sex-education curricula that openly discuss sexting, consent and other online behaviours have never been more important for teens -- in Ontario and globally.
Laws around the world continue to fail victims of rape and sexual abuse. It is time this, too, changed.
Do we need a code of conduct to clarify issues around sexual harassment or worse in the workplace or zero tolerance to send the right message?
France is having a debate over the age of sexual consent. Perhaps it is time the UK joined in.
How can we increase safety and reduce the likelihood of sexual violence in chemsex settings? Addressing wider issues surrounding sexual consent might be a start.
Some Australian universities have introduced a one-off sexual consent program to combat sexual assault and harassment on campus, but one-off programs are unlikely to be effective in the long term.
In the wake of the MeToo and Time's Up movements, a new model of sexual consent is required – one that needs a clear and unequivocal yes from all parties.
Because it's not always as simple as 'yes means yes'.