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Sex'N'Respect

October 01, 2012 at 10:16 AM

Sex’N’Respect is a website created and maintained by Rape Prevention Education for young people and those who work with young people in Aotearoa. Sex'N'Respect is all about working with young people to promote respectful relating and prevent sexual violence.

The youth website talks about how to heal after experiencing abuse, how to help a friend, how to step up and be an active bystander if you see something dodgy, consent, what to do if you are being sexually harmful and much more! The website also has a great where to get help page with plenty of links to other great websites and resources for young people in need of assistance with a variety of issues.

Visit their website: www.sexnrespect.co.nz



Tags: Education Youth Sexual Violence
Category: Service