Pete Wallis, Senior Practitioner in Restorative Justice with Oxfordshire Youth Justice Service
Dare we imagine a kinder world where boundaries are respected and the dominant culture is one based on consent, not coercion. Drawing on a wealth of experience Marcia Baczynski and Erica Scott offer simple, fun and engaging activities to help bring this vision about. It would be hard to find a more timely book, or one as full of inspiration, compassion and hope.
Dr. Betty Martin, author of The Art of Receiving and Giving: The Wheel of Consent
This is the best book on consent I have ever read! (and I have read a lot.) Not only do Erica and Marcia give you the principles, they give examples of how it works and what to actually say. Invaluable!
Cheryl Bradshaw, Registered Psychotherapist, MA, B.Ed - TEDx Speaker and Author of Real Talk About Sex and Consent: What Every Teen Needs to Know
What a wonderful world it would be if every person attended a workshop based on these exercises! With this book, the nuances of understanding and creating consent culture feel truly accessible, inclusive, and informative, and these exercises could be life-changing for participants and facilitators alike. I would recommend this book to anyone looking to make the world a better place.