For the NYT’s guide to mindfulness for children at every age and what parents can do to help their children practice being present and accepting, click here. For the Washington Post’s top six tips for how parents can help their teens deal with sexual harassment, click here. Or, to read about how you can teach […]Read More This week’s top resources for parents
Amy Adele Hasinoff, an assistant professor of communication and author of Sexting Panic, has been researching sexting since 2008. She defines sexting as “using any form of digital communication (via phone, app, email, etc.) to send a sexual image or text message to another person.” In her TEDx talk about sexting and consent, she points […]Read More Sexting and Consent: Takeaways from Amy Hasinoff’s TEDx Talk
Phyllis Fagell provides some useful tips about how to incorporate talks about sex and healthy relationships into daily conversations with your kids. You can watch the video or read the article. The Rainn Organization, the largest anti-sexual violence organization in the U.S., has a number of suggestions about how to speak to children about sexual […]Read More For parents: How to speak to your kids about consent, sex and sexual assault.
26 September 2017 Last week we visited St Mary’s Ascot school to deliver a talk about The Big Leap, the challenging transition between secondary school and what comes next; university, a gap year or work. As we walked into the Rose Theatre, we were greeted by a group of bright and engaged young women who […]Read More FEMINISM?
Talking to your child about porn The NSPCC recently published guidelines on how to talk to your child about online porn. The Parent Zone The Parent Zone provide information, help, advice, support and resources to parents, teachers, health professionals, police officers, e-safety officers and HR professionals – anyone who engages with parents. The Mix The […]Read More Useful Sites
The kind of questions students are asking on student chat forums, versus the kind of questions we should be asking… The other day I was googling “Freshers week” to find some good tips for the RAP website- Raising Awareness and Prevention Project- about staying safe and happy during your first week at University. I was shocked when […]Read More Safety During Freshers