Can We Talk about Consent A Book about Freedom Choices and Agreement

Colorful, striking illustrations by Fuchsia MacAree help children relate what they read to the world around them. This guide to consent will set young people on the path to a lifetime of healthy relationships.

Can We Talk about Consent   A Book about Freedom  Choices  and Agreement

What exactly is consent? Why does it matter? How can you negotiate your place in the world while respecting other people's boundaries, and have them respect yours? Can We Talk About Consent? breaks down the basics of how to have healthy relationships in every aspect of life for readers aged 14 years and older. Consent is a powerful word, but not everyone understands exactly what it means. This clearly written, stylishly illustrated guide explains clearly what consent means and why it matters--for all of us. With honest explanations by experienced sex and relationships educator Justin Hancock, children will learn how consent is a vital part of how we connect with ourselves and our self-esteem, the people close to us and the wider world. Readers will uncover how to develop and maintain relationships, how to manage and avoid negative relationships, and will learn more about equality and respect. Covers a broad range of topics, including: how we greet each other; how to choose things for ourselves; how we say no to things we don't want to do; communicating and respecting choices in sexual relationships; the factors that can affect a person's ability to choose; and how to empower other people by giving them consent. Colorful, striking illustrations by Fuchsia MacAree help children relate what they read to the world around them. This guide to consent will set young people on the path to a lifetime of healthy relationships.

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Can We Talk about Consent?: A Book about Freedom, Choices, and Agreement
Language: en
Pages: 160
Authors: Justin Hancock
Categories: Young Adult Nonfiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-01-05 - Publisher: Frances Lincoln Limited

What exactly is consent? Why does it matter? How can you negotiate your place in the world while respecting other people's boundaries, and have them respect yours? Can We Talk About Consent? breaks down the basics of how to have healthy relationships in every aspect of life for readers aged
I ASK A Book About Consent
Language: en
Pages: 44
Authors: Sherry Stone Yetter
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-03-21 - Publisher: Sunflower Books LLC

I ASK A Book About Consent Kiwi, a bright, precocious, 7-year-old girl, asks her parents and grandparents questions that will undoubtedly influence her life. She learns about asking permission to show affection and learns that she has the right to say "no" when she doesn't want to be touched. Kiwi
Fired Up about Consent
Language: en
Pages: 192
Authors: Sarah Ratchford
Categories: Young Adult Nonfiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-03-01 - Publisher: Between the Lines

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The Book of the Foundations of Saint Teresa of Jesus
Language: en
Pages: 489
Authors: Saint Teresa of Avila, Aeterna Press
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 1913 - Publisher: Aeterna Press

WHEN S. Teresa had taken possession and founded the first monastery of her nuns in Avila, 24th August 1562, she was summoned back to the monastery of the Incarnation, where she had made her profession, for that monastery was thrown into trouble by the act of the Saint, and the
Tides of Consent
Language: en
Pages: 188
Authors: James A. Stimson
Categories: Political Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-09-30 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Tracking trends in American public opinion, this study examines moods of public policy over time. It argues that public opinion is decisive in American politics and identifies the citizens who produce influential change as a relatively small subset of the American electorate.