What Does Consent Really Mean?
by Pete Wallis, Thalia Wallis and Joseph Wilkins
'Consent is not the absence of no. It is an enthusiastic YES!"
When someone at school is sexually assaulted, a group of teenage friends discuss what they think consent means and how it applies to their own lives and other people around them. With an interesting mix of perspectives, and the viewpoint of both boys and girls, a light is finally being shed on consent and the importance of knowing what it really means. Written as a graphic novel, it paints a clear scene with easy-to-follow conversations and visuals. In addition, there are useful resources and questions around related topics provided in the back of the book. This is a must-read for everyone and a brilliant way to educate those, especially teenagers, who are unfamiliar with the subject or need clearer insight into this important matter.
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