Do’s and Don’ts of Sexting Checklist
The Centre for Safer Sex & Sexual Violence Support is Exploring Consent, Boundary Setting, Setting & Covid-19.
“Consider sexting” was Toronto Public Health’s advice to reduce the spread of Coronavirus, while “consensual sexting, virtual sex, video dating, or chat rooms” are what public health has recommended.
Recognizing the new challenges that the Covid-19 pandemic and quarantine have put on relationships, dating, sex, and more, the Centre for Safer Sex & Sexual Violence Support has come together in collaboration with our community to develop ideas, strategies, and promising practices, rooted in Informed Consent.
We also want to look at how Gender-Based Violence & Sexual Violence manifest differently in online spaces, and how our prevention efforts will need to adapt.
The Centre for Safer Sex & Sexual Violence Support asked our community members what their Do’s & Don’ts of sexting were and we have complied their feedback into the Centre for Safer Sex & Sexual Violence Support’s Do’s & Don’ts of Sexting Check-List, download & check out the feedback below!