Articles about Consent Culture

Consent culture is when nobody is touched or has anything taken from them without their informed and explicit conset.

"Advocates for minimal government intervention and personal freedom should, therefore, view the case not through the narrow lens of the abortion debate but as a critical issue of healthcare access and personal liberty."
There is no conversation about consent that is inappropriate, and we should welcome conversations about what constitutes a consensual activity.
Due Process is often under threat, sometimes subtly, under the guise of addressing emergencies or safeguarding the public.
Welcoming a New Year at Let.Live: A Time […]
The term “GSM,” which stands for Gender and […]
Self-respect isn't about ego or self-indulgence; it's about recognizing your inherent worth and treating yourself with the same compassion and understanding that you'd offer to others. Mindfulness allows us to pause and recalibrate our responses to our failures and successes, leading us to a balanced and respectful view of ourselves.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Promoting Consent Culture is a prophylactic against Domestic Violence.
We can ease inflation on seniors by repealing the taxes on their Social Security Income.
It's not about being against structure or rules but advocating for frameworks that empower rather than constrict.
The Power to Let.Live: A Call for Blood […]
Is true justice possible when certain entities remain untouchable? Dive into the compelling argument for ending sovereign immunity and discover how it could reshape our society,
The least celebrated amendment carries a powerful message about consent culture.
Free healthcare from governmental and monopolistic clutches and watch it soar to its true potential.
The existence of such specialized spaces in our neighborhoods underscores the principles of Consent Culture, Tolerance and Change
What's the difference between a cat and a sentence? A cat has claws at the end of its paws and a sentence has a pause at the end of its clause.
You have a right to free speech, but you must earn the right to be heard.
There is no cause that is not more effective when it is advocated for by compassionate people.
Defending privacy isn't about defending crime; it's about preserving an intrinsic human right. There's no doubt that effective law enforcement is critical for societal stability, but the question we must grapple with is how far is too far? The right to privacy should not become collateral damage in the quest for security.
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