The Consent Culture Workbook
Practical exercises exploring the role of consent in confronting power structures in day-to-day life.
What does "consent culture" mean to you? Navigating the complex, never-ending work of culture change can be overwhelming at times. Whether you're exploring what consent means in your personal life or as part of your work in the world, Ask Yourself guides you through the introspection necessary for lasting change. In Ask: Building Consent Culture, consent culture activist Kitty Stryker compiled a diverse collection of essays from people working on questions of how to build a culture of consent in our everyday world. This timely and practical companion workbook invites you to take a journey through your own thoughts on consent and consider how you can help build consent culture. Ask Yourself guides you through a structured exploration with prompts for 28 days of journaling, conversations, and other work. The prompts are split into four sections on distinct themes that allow you to explore consent at your own pace and in your own way. This thoughtful book also features short contributions from consent culture activists to help inspire reflection.
- 216 pages
- Thornapple Press (6/2/23)
- 5.2 x 0.5 x 8 inches