Start a conversation with a teen boy

Start a conversation with a teen boy

Start a conversation with a teen boy in your life about healthy relationships. Use this great article from The Pencilsword: No ‘I’ in sex. Also check out the White Ribbon Healthy Relationship Toolbox for young guys. Facebook Twitter Pinterest What, if...
Use gender inclusive language

Use gender inclusive language

Use gender inclusive language. Shifting to gender-inclusive language respects and acknowledges the gender identities of all people and removes assumption. Click here to view a helpful ‘Gender Inclusivity Sheet’. Facebook Twitter Pinterest What, if...
Nurture relationships between sisters, brothers and cousins

Nurture relationships between sisters, brothers and cousins

Tausi le va. Nurture relationships between sisters, brothers and cousins. Then teach young people to treat their partners with the same respect they show their brothers/sisters/cousins. Facebook Twitter Pinterest What, if anything, have you done differently after...
Test your understanding of gender

Test your understanding of gender

Test your understanding of gender – how many of these terms do you know? Gender is one of those things everyone thinks they understand, but many don’t. For more information check out this great website. Facebook Twitter Pinterest What, if anything, have you done...
Teach children empathy and responsibility

Teach children empathy and responsibility

Teach your children empathy and responsibility. Teach children to read emotions in others and that they are responsible to treat others respectfully and safely. For example, when reading a story ask the child “How might this character be feeling?”....
Do you treat children differently because of their gender?

Do you treat children differently because of their gender?

Check your gender bias with children. Colours, toys and stories don’t have a gender, so why do we apply gender to them? Provide a range of toys, books and TV programmes for your child rather than limiting them to “girl” things or “boy” things. Let the child choose for...
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