Cultivating Consent Culture
Partnering with The Candid Collective, Sexual Health Awards 2020 ‘Journalist of the Year 2020’ finalist Almaz Ohene combines her expert knowledge of sexuality and creative writing to bring unique online workshops and courses to anyone looking to develop their sensual creativity, sexual expression and improve intimate relationships.
Workshop 2: Cultivating Consent Culture
Wednesday 24 March 2021
19:30–20:45 (GMT, i.e. UK time)
Cost: GBP £15
Tips on how to purposefully let your partner(s) know what you like, and what you don’t
- Practical advice on how to spot consent issues across different real-life situations
- Analysis of a number of contemporary TV shows, e.g. Sex Education (Netflix), Trigonometry (BBC), Normal People (BBC), Never Have I Ever (Netflix), I May Destroy You (BBC and HBO) Industry (BBC and HBO) and Bridgerton (Netflix and Shondaland), which show a range of intimate experiences.
- Identification of where vocalised consent is / is not written into the script
- Six-page printable companion workbook defining consent, listing examples of both verbal and non-verbal signs of consent and non-consent, exercises to practice purposefully verbalising pleasure, desires and boundaries
“It was great! I liked how open it was and people felt they could voice their thoughts in a safe space.” – Anonymous, ‘Cultivating Consent Culture’ online workshop participant, July 2020
“The use of current material made it relatable, fresh and pointed to the reality of the topics currently being discussed widely at present.” – Anonymous, ‘Cultivating Consent Culture’ online workshop participant, July 2020
Note: In the Eventbrite system, all the workshops have the title “Developing sexual expression and understanding intimacy”. Just pick the date you want for that individual workshop.