Sun, May 2 from 11am - 2pm (Pacific)
We’re fond of saying, “Consent is Complex.” Here are some questions that prove it: Is an interaction consensual if you get a “yes” by offering something the other person wants? How might you go about making sure such a transaction is actually consensual? How much influence does power, privilege, or coercion have in such a case? There are many types of transactional consent. You’ve probably engaged in one or two today. Do you get paid for the work you do? Have you paid someone or bartered goods for a service? Are you in a relationship where one of you has more money or access to certain goods or services (like healthcare) where the other does not? While none of these ensure consent, they all have an influence.
Join us for an in-depth look at this particular consent complexity. This workshop will be a mix of information, discussion, exercises, and scenarios. Bring your thoughts, questions, and curiosity.
3 Hours with Q&A throughout. Handouts and Zoom link will be emailed on the day of the class. If you purchased tickets for a group, please forward those emails to everyone in your group.
- This is an online discussion. You must register before the day of the session. Zoom link and instructions will be emailed an hour or so before the workshop begins.
- Start time is listed in Pacific Time. Use this Time Zone Converter to see what time the discussion will be for you: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html
- Open to all 18+ (We will be discussing issues of a sexual nature.)
- All sexes, genders, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, relationship orientations welcome and celebrated
- No Prerequisites Required. “Consent Basics” or other consent class suggested.
- Class size is limited to 30 participants. Tickets are 1st Come/1st Served.
- Please let us know by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any access needs or things that would aid in your learning.
About the Educators:
The Consent Academy is an educational collective with dedicated educators, coaches, and activists who provide quality consent training and consultations. We promote Consent Culture through education, speaking out, and supporting organizations along their consent journey. Our classes are taught by a rotation of available educators using curriculum developed and shared by all of us. Where possible, we try to teach in pairs. If you have questions about a class or who is signed up to teach it, please email us: email@example.com
Presented by the Consent Academy: www.consent.academy