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Consent Workshop | All Indigenous Youth Age 14-30 Welcome | November 28th 2017, 4:30-8:00 at the Tsartlip Health Centre

Are you curious about ways to help your relationships feel more consensual, and learn more about sexualized violence? Join Project Reclaim and Project Respect for a fun (yes, actually!) and engaging workshop on consent, sexualized violence, and how to have awesome relationships of all sorts.

Using fun games, discussion, and other activities, we’ll work on identifying and talking about sexual desires and boundaries in ways that feel good, and learn why asking for consent and challenging gender stereotypes is really important in creating positive and equal relationships. We feel strongly that self-determination is at the heart of relationships: everyone has the right to define their sexuality and set their own limits — it is every person’s responsibility to respect the limits of others.

Meet at the health centre at 4:30 The workshop starts by 4:45. We will have a short break, dinner will be provided. We hope to finish before 8:00 PM. Door Prizes, Food, and Transportation will be available. Any questions? You can contact Beangka at 250-415-0201 call or text.

This workshop is for youth and young adults ages 14+. You get to set your own boundaries in terms of how much you participate in the workshop – shy people welcome!

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This workshop will be put on by Kim Smith and Elicia Loiselle of Project Respect at the Victoria Sexual Assault Centre and Project Reclaim staff, including Addie Elliott, Beangka Elliott and Graham Olsen.

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