footballers and sexual consent
Should Sexual Consent Classes Be Mandatory For All Footballers?
We spoke to Rape Crisis England and Wales, the PFA and others about how to properly educate young footballers on sexual consent, and what can be learned from the Ched Evans trial.
Behind the Scenes of the Legal Group That Could Change the Definition of Sexual Consent
The American Legal Institute sets much of the agenda for the US's laws, and is currently embroiled in a much larger internal debate over the definition of consent.
Just to Be Clear, Saying You’re On the Pill Does Not Mean Consent
What we can learn from the rape case against New Zealand cricketer Scott Kuggeleijn who took "I'm on the pill" for "let's fuck."
Would Signing a 'Consent Form' Really Protect UK Students from Sexual Assault?
There has been some sniggering at the idea of "sexual consent kits", but the more important questions are about whether or not they would actually work.
What We Learned About Sex in 2014
Technology is changing the way we have sex, "rosebudding" is a thing, the British government can't handle face-sitting and everybody likes butts.
I Went to a Sexual Consent Class at Oxford Uni Freshers Week
It wasn't patronising; in fact, it was very helpful.