Summer of Respect is a summer-long anti-sexual violence campaign, designed and run by WCHM and the Canberra Rape Crises Centre. The campaign begins in late October and continues until International Women’s Day on March 8. Summer of Respect is an opportunity—unique to and within the ACT—to deliver innovative anti-sexual violence initiatives.

If you’re still struggling with consent just imagine instead of initiating sex you’re making them a cup of tea.

Sometimes drunk sex can be good, but it can also be rubbish, unsafe, unwanted and can lead to mistakes. Learn how to handle it better here.

A great article from BISH about sex talk. It’s not always easy but here are some tips for to help you communicate what you do and don’t want from sex.

The Line – You’ve crossed the line – now what?

How do you know when you’ve crossed the line? And what do you do when you realise you have? This awesome article from The Line takes you through a check list as well as discussing why it’s important take responsibility for your actions.

“Who are you?” is a video created by The Line. This video shows scenarios where people could step in and prevent sexual violence on a night out. Trigger Warning: This video shows a fictional scenario leading up to a rape, and may be distressing for viewers.

Everyone has a right to feel respected, valued and safe. This article discusses why standing up to sexist behaviour is so important and gives 5 practical suggestion to stepping up against it.

Ever made a joke that didn’t get the laughs you thought it would? While some standards might not be easy to judge, when it comes to gender, actions or words that single people out because of their gender are likely to instantly insult about half the population.

How do you spread the word and help your mates escape the exhausting (and completely unnecessary) ‘battle of the sexes’ without looking like a caped crusader? Here are a few ideas to help rally the peeps…

The Australian Government’s website made to support all Australians who have experienced image-based abuse, by providing reporting options, support and resources for victims, their family and friends, and bystanders.

This article from Reach Out can help if you’re not sure what sexting is, you’re being pressured to sext but are unsure about it, you want to understand the risks of sexting.

An article from BISH explaining why people sext, how to practise safer sexting and why sexting can be a problem.

Here’s the Bish guide to what is stealthing, why it’s bad, and advice for you if you are a would be stealther.

Porn does teach some stuff about sex: some of this is not bad, some of it is really terrible.