Your source for information on all things related to sexual violence and consent
Check back as we develop pages on additional topics, like pleasure, trauma and triggers, and relationships and break-ups.
Sexual violence is an umbrella term covering a range of different forms of violence, including sexual assault and sexual harassment.
Learning to better navigate consent is essential for sexual violence prevention.
Choosing to disclose or report an experience of sexual violence can be difficult, and each person has the right to choose the path best for them.
Intersectionality describes the experiences of those living at the intersection of two or more marginalized identities and is a useful framework for understanding the realities of sexual violence.
Taking care of ourselves and our communities are how we heal and how we work towards building a culture of consent.
Sex is natural, normal, healthy, and pleasurable. Let’s treat it that way.
Our understanding of sex, gender and sexual orientation is an important part of the way we understand sexual violence.
Consensual sexting can be a great way to explore pleasure and connect virtually. Without consent, it’s harmful and against the law.
Stalking, formally called criminal harassment in Canada, is a form of sexual violence and is illegal.