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Consent violations and conflict resolutions

© CC BY-SA 3.0 DE by Working group CVCR compiled by Estelle (for CEBI/Creation dEspacesBienveillants et Inclusifs (cebi.estelle@gmail.com)), Katya, Sky, Amelie, Boris, Marc Seestaedt(mseestaedt@hotmail.com), edited into flowing text by Sunniva Conflict Resolution Flowchart Draft: https://sketchboard.me/FBAS7DyuYwqTImage file https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xMg0OBXE8kSIoEGoFQBlkBOGZYrN-KBp Key elements to consent violation response and conflict resolution is non-violent communication,unaffected third parties when possible, and a …

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Abusive or harmful behaviour by facilitators in sex-positive communities

tags : guidelines conflict resolutionCreating Invitations for people to speak up and say what they needLearn how to receive feedback as facilitators and having processes where that is encouragedDifference between ‘accidental abuse’ which happens without that intention and as a one-offevent and on purpose abuseEveryone is a potential abuser and everyone is a potential survivor …

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Poly Secure

by Jessica Fern Polyamorous psychotherapist Jessica Fern extends attachment theory into the realm of consensual nonmonogamy. Using her nested model of attachment and trauma, she expands our understanding of how emotional experiences can influence our relationships. Then, she sets out six specific strategies to help you move toward secure attachments in your multiple relationships. Polysecure is both …

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More on the 7 most common STI’s

There are more than 30 sexually transmitted diseases that are induced by bacteria, viruses, fungi or unicellular organisms. Syphilis, gonorrhoea, ulcus molle (chancroid) and lymphogranuloma, are embedded in the Austrian law for sexually transmitted infections and are called the “classical” venereal diseases. Other such infections are for example HIV, trichomoniasis vaginalis, chlamydia, human papillomavirus (HPV), …

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Getting Tested

The go-to persons for STI tests are your general practitioner and specialists in dermatology & venereology, urology & andrology and gynecology & obstetrics. Often insurance covers the costs for STI tests if symptoms are present or an infection is suspected, for example, in case of risk-taking sexual behaviour. Usually you need a letter of referal …

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Safer Sex Toolbox

We recommend using suitable safer sex tools such as external condoms, internal condoms and dental dams for every sexual contact. An open-minded talk about sexually transmitted infections (STIs) helps you take care of your sexual health. We thus advise you to speak with every partner about their attitude towards testing and risk-promoting behaviour. Regarding testing, …

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Safer Sex Corona Guide

By Olivier Dieleman The Coronavirus is wreaking havoc in our social life, and whole cities – even countries – are put in different shades of lockdown. This article is meant to share with you some thoughts and precautions in how to handle sexuality in a safer way. Our libido is not listening to all these …

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Sex-positive Books List

Recently published Polysecure by by Jessica Fern Sex positive now by Gabosch Allena & Jeremy Shub An intro guide to a sex-positive you by Yael Rosenstock Witches, Sluts, feminists by Kristen J. Sollee Queer Sex by Juno Roche Beyond cuddle party by Monique Darling, Avid Awake Bondage: A Practical Manual for Beginners: Shibari and Kinbaku by Davide La Greca Positive Sexuality: A …

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