Talk openly about safe sex

Talk openly about safe sex

Talk openly about safe sex. Ask young people in your life about sexual relationships and talk openly about responsibility for consent and contraception. Let them know where they can access contraception such as school nurses or your local Family Planning clinic....
Keep reaching out to those who have been hurt

Keep reaching out to those who have been hurt

Keep reaching out to those who have been hurt. “She kept putting these opportunities in front of me until I was ready”. If you’ve tried to help but the offer is turned down, don’t give up. The Are you OK? website has helpful tips on what to do if you want...
Make it your business

Make it your business

Make it your business. We are all responsible for ensuring that our communities encourage respectful and healthy relationships. The Are you OK? website has helpful tips on what to do if you want to help someone in need. Facebook Twitter Pinterest What, if anything,...
Discuss boundaries with your partner

Discuss boundaries with your partner

Discuss with your partner what your boundaries are – physically and emotionally. In a healthy relationship you should feel comfortable sharing your needs, goals and fears. Talking about your boundaries with your partner helps to make sure your needs are being...
Role model – be the change

Role model – be the change

Role model – be the change you want to see in the world. We all have the the ability to influence change around us. Whether you’re a friend, parent, coach, teacher or elder, remember that your actions can hugely influence others around you –...
Talk about consent

Talk about consent

Talk about consent with the young people in your life, what a healthy relationship is and isn’t. The birds and the bees talk needs to be more than just the biology! Check out these great resources on how to talk about consent with children and with young people...
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