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SAIT’s Sexual Assault and Violence page provides resources and processes for:

  • Reporting an assault
  • Getting support
  • Giving support
  • Partnerships and campaigns
Consent Tea

Consent is a conscious agreement to engage in sexual activity. It is continuing and voluntary throughout the engagement in sexual activities.

Consent is:

  • Freely given – without pressure, not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, not given by someone else, and/or without manipulation
  • Reversible – anyone engaging in the sexual activity can change their mind at anytime
  • Informed – knowing what the consent is giving consent to do
  • Enthusiastic – wanting to engage in the sexual activity because you want to and not because you feel expected to
  • Specific – consenting to one sexual activity does not mean giving consent to other sexual activities
Time for a Sexucation

Time for a Sexucation!

 Sexual Violence TermsDownload PDF

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Yes, No, Maybe So: A Sexual Inventory Stocklist

Yes, No, Maybe So: A Sexual Inventory Stocklist

Communication is a must when it comes to physically and emotionally safe consensual sex. It is not always an easy conversation to have with a partner so a great place to start is having this conversation with yourself!

 The Yes, No, Maybe So: A Sexual Inventory Stocklist from Scarleteen, allows you to go through scenarios and mark each situation with a yes (“I want to”), no (“I don’t want to or I don’t think I would”) or maybe (“I might”).

 Click here to get started!