November 2022: Consent part 1

What actually is (sexual) consent? Why is it important to talk about physical intimacy? What social images are we given of sex and consent? And how exactly do I actually talk about it? These and other questions will be addressed in November.

Critique of Consent

Consent – and by that I don't just mean the agreement question, but the whole communication about communicating needs and boundaries - makes my relationships with other people more loving and deeper. In the process, we also talk about our gender roles, heteronormativity, and sexual violence. Sometimes I then have the illusion that I can overcome all these structural problems ...

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Consent - An Introduction (if you like)

Have you ever made love, kissed or touched someone? What was it like the last time you were intimate with someone, or how would you imagine it? What person are you thinking about? What did you do? Did you really feel like doing it? Did the other person feel like it? Would you have liked to be asked, or would you rather not? Did you talk about what you were going to do in advance? Did you ask before you did something with the other person? Why, why not? We will be looking at consent in sexual contexts in November ...

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