It’s actually pretty simple.“Yes!” is the only word that means “Yes.”
“No” means “No” as do a lot of other words, and sometimes no words at all.
Remember, consent means that the person you’re with feels safe and wants to do what you’re doing. Even if asking seems awkward.
You’re a smart kid. If you’re not sure, ask. It’s the right thing to do.
On November 25th, International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women in partnership with White Ribbon we’re helping end sexual assault by empowering Dads to talk to their sons about consent with the “Consent Script.” Because sexual assault needs to come to a stop.