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Get Sexy, Get Consent

Get Sexy. Get Consent. is a highly interactive one-hour program that examines how we negotiate sex and consent, boundaries and safety. Student actor-facilitators engage audiences through scenes, monologues, and conversations about consent. Get Sexy. Get Consent. is inclusive of all romantic and sexual relationships, is relevant for all genders and sexualities, and explores in situations of abstinence, long-term relationships and one-night-stands. This program addresses questions such as:

What is consent?
How do you know someone else wants what you want?
How do you communicate your boundaries?
Do you get it?
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After attending a performance of Get Sexy. Get Consent. 83% of students reported they would act differently in future sexual situations.

READ MORE > Want to know more? Read this article in Reporting Texas: Consent Education Takes to the Stage


Get Sexy. Get Consent. AUDITIONS!!

May 5, 5:00-7:00 pm
OR
May 6, 1:00-3:00 pm
Location: WCH 1.120

Audition for the 2014-2015 Ensemble, get paid to perform! Must be available to perform both Fall and Spring next year.

Sign up here for more information and a spot at the audition:Audition Form

Booking a Performance

Want to bring Get Sexy. Get Consent. to your classroom, organization or campus group? Performances are FREE for all UT community members. Please provide at least 2-3 weeks notice. For more information, please contact Lynn Hoare, Theatre for Dialogue Specialist at voicesagainstviolence@austin.utexas.edu or (512) 475-6989

For more information about consent, see our page: http://www.cmhc.utexas.edu/vav_consent.html

Book NOW for Spring 2014.

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