Learning good consent : building ethical relationships in a complicated world / [edited by] Cindy Crabb.

by Crabb, Cindy [editor.].

Series: Microcosm: Publisher: Portland, Oregon : Microcosm Publishing, 2018.Edition: Second edition.Description: 59 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.ISBN: 1621066673; 9781621066675.Subject(s): Interpersonal relationsLooking glass | RapeLooking glass | Sexual consentLooking glass | Sexual ethicsLooking glass | ZinesLooking glass | ZinesLooking glassNote: Perfect bound zine with black and white printed text and illustrations.Summary: "Cindy Crabb provides a DIY tour of the promise and perils of sexual relationships in Learning Good Consent. Building ethical relationships is one of the most important things we can do, but sex, consent, abuse, and support can get complicated. This collection is an indispensable guide to both preventing sexual violence and helping its survivors to heal." -- books.google.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Curated by Doris editor Cindy Crabb, Learning Good Consent looks at the culture of sexual consent from a standpoint which is both sexy and educational. During the course of 46 pages, Cindy and friends create a well-rounded consent workshop, with all sights set on healing and helping. In the midst of rape culture, blurred lines, and troubled relationships with power and boundaries, Consent has your back. As says Cindy in the zine's intro, 'Talking about our experiences with consent, our struggles, our mistakes and how we've learned, these are part of a much larger revolutionary struggle.'

Perfect bound zine with black and white printed text and illustrations.

"Cindy Crabb provides a DIY tour of the promise and perils of sexual relationships in Learning Good Consent. Building ethical relationships is one of the most important things we can do, but sex, consent, abuse, and support can get complicated. This collection is an indispensable guide to both preventing sexual violence and helping its survivors to heal." -- books.google.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Cindy Crabb is the author of the highly influential feminist and autobiographical zine Doris , which has been anthologized into two books: The Encyclopedia of Doris: Stories, Essays and Interviews (Doris Press, 2011) and Doris: An Anthology 1991-2001 (Microcosm Publishing, 2004). She has presented her work as a college-sponsored speaker across the United States and Canada, including The Radcliffe/Harvard Schlesinger Library, Pratt University, Evergreen State University, The New School for Social Research, New Paltz, and the Guelph Resource Centre for Gender Empowerment and Diversity. She lives in Rutland, Ohio with her sister, two miniature horses, sheep, dogs, and a cat.

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