Enthusiastic consent is a model of sexual consent that’s being adopted or considered in many legal jurisdictions. It requires both (or more) parties to enthusiastically consent to sexual interaction. In other words, silence or other stress and trauma responses like freezing or fawning, can’t be taken as implied consent. The … [Read More...]
It’s one thing to have visibility fears that are hypothetical or which you haven’t lived through. It’s quite another to be living them in the moment.
In those instances, what do you do?
(Note that I’m speaking specifically here about visibility fears that relate to embarrassment, shame, being called out, … [Read More...]
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