Also agree. Like a lot of people, I didn't report my rape, just felt there was no chance of getting justice, and the trauma would've been too much. Also agree with being sick of all the 'don't get raped' advice. There needs to be much more education to boys.
Totally behind this. Love the "I believe you" slogan.
The rape myth buster will be more difficult I think to tackle as they are so ingrained in many people and more importantly the media. Tackling this has surely got to start at school? I also think it would be beneficial if we are to have a campaign to get RapeCrisis, Fawcett, Women's Aid and Object on board or in partnership. Can't get enough help with this tbh.
the government is still consulting on changes to PSHE until 30th November, you can submit answers to their questions here - it's interested in organisations views (I guess the MNHQ?) and individuals including parents and teachers etc, so no reason why we can't all fill it in.
There are 10 questions, you don't have to fill it all in. But question 6c) is "how do you think the statutory guidance on sexual relationships education could be simplified , especially in relation to teaching young people about sexual consent?"
So looks like a good opportunity, but we will probably need someone with more knowledge about how the current PSHE education on the topic is framed to write a proper answer.