Learning Good Consent Cindy Crabb
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- Whether or not you think you need it, whether or not you re a survivor, or dating a survivor, or even having sex, you would probably benefit from reading this book. And the people you choose to be intimate with will probably thank you for making their safety a priority. Nomy Lamm, "Feminist Review"
"Learning Good Consent" offers powerful, complicated information (instead of shallow questions and uncomplicated answers).
- This book speaks to those who are unlearning silence as a safety/communication strategy. Jen Cross, "make/shift" Essential reading. Colin Atrophy Hagendorf, author of "Slice Harvester "
- What this book does is to stress consent: not no means no, or even yes means yes, but Do you want me to stay here with you? Are you here? I thought I wanted this, but I m not sure now. Do you think we should take this farther? I m moved that this book is here. It matters. Alison Piepmeier, author of "Girl Zines: Making Media, Doing Feminism "
- Cindy Crabb is an author of the influential, feminist, autobiographical zine "Doris," which has been anthologized into two books: "The Encyclopedia of Doris: Stories, Essays and Interviews" and "Doris: An Anthology 19912001." Her essays and analyses of the impact of her writing have appeared in numerous books and magazines, including: "The Riot Grrrl Collection"; "Stay Solid! A Radical Handbook for Youth"; "Girl Zines: Making Media, Doing Feminism"; and "We Don t Need Another Wave: Dispatches from the Next Generation of Feminists."