Understanding Consent

 A helpful guide to understanding consent!


1. Freely Given: A person says yes without the use of threats, pressure, force and/or coercion. Consent can’t be given if the person is under the influence of alcohol or drugs and/or passed out.

2. Reversible: You can say yes and then change your mind at any point in time!

3. Informed: Consent can only happen if the person has an honest understanding of the situation (ex: if the person says they’re going to use a condom and then they don’t, there isn’t consent).

4. Enthusiastic: Consent is a clear, excited yes or even yaaasss! You should never feel like you’re expected to do anything.

5. Specific: Saying yes to one thing (ex: making out) does not mean consent to something else (ex: sex). Consent is never implied.



Got Consent?

Make sure it's consensual before you get sensual.

If you are in the heat if the moment, here are some suggestions of things to say:

Are you comfortable?

Is this okay?

Do you want to slow down?

Do you want to go any further?


Communication is key! It's important to discuss and respect each other's boundaries.


(via is loveisrespect.org)

Stop The Perpetuation Of Rape Culture

In the article below, The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center's Executive Director talks about the harm in merely dismissing "locker room talk" and the dangerous implications that has on society and the perpetuation of rape culture.

Click here for the full article.

Happy 2017!

Happy New Year! 

Thank you to everyone who has supported us over these past few months. Moving into the new year we want to continue to grow & help even more survivors of sexual violence. 

What are your new year resolutions?


We Can Do Better

Judge Aaron Persky has been cleared of any misconduct in the Stanford sexual assault case. The Commission on Judicial Performance "has concluded that there is not clear and convincing evidence of bias, abuse of authority, or other basis to conclude that Judge Persky engaged in judicial misconduct warranting discipline." This decision comes after the Judge handed down a six month sentence (of which only three months was served) to rapist Brock Turner because anything more than that would have a "severe impact" on him. 

When there's no accountability for rapists or those who perpetuate rape culture we are completely minimizing sexual violence and dismissing survivors' experiences. We can do better. We need to do better.

Click here for the full article on Huffington Post.

Self-Care Tips

Teen Vogue recently posted an article about self-care tips for survivors of sexual assault. It's so important to take time to prioritize yourself and your needs.

"Remember that you aren't alone and we all need help sometimes, especially when rape culture becomes a national conversation on every news channel."

Link to article here.

Holiday Orders

"Because when we passively stand by and allow others to talk about committing crimes, or even joke about assault, we allow sexual violence to thrive. We can do better." - The CEO of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

Take a stand against rape culture and order your unisex 'Netflix and Consent' tee today! Take 10% off your order with the promo code: happyholidays
The first fifty orders will also receive a 'Consent Nation' wristband.

Don't Be A Bystander, Be An Up-Stander

Every two minutes an american is sexually assaulted (RAINN). There are a ton of great agencies out there that can use your support whether it's through donations or volunteering. We take 20% of each purchase and donate it to a nonprofit dedicated to ending sexual violence. 

Shop here to pre-order your unisex 'Netflix and Consent' tee today.

End Rape Culture And Create A Consent Culture

Everyday Feminism posted this cartoon to demonstrate just how ridiculous it is to justify rape and blame survivors. Read the full article here. It's time to stop making excuses and blaming survivors and start holding rapists accountable.