Consent, Mental Health, and Sex with author and sex and relationships educator, Justin Hancock (MDE536)
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Minter Dialogue with Justin Hancock
Justin Hancock, based in England, has been a relationships and sex educator for over 20 years. In that time he has worked with thousands of young people in schools, youth clubs, universities, and advice services. Justin created and still works at bishuk.com which is one of the leading relationships and sex education websites for young people over 14, this site attracts thousands of people per day. Justin provides training courses and RSE resources for teachers. He offers relationships and sex education for an over 18 audience too. He wrote ‘Enjoy Sex (How, when and IF, You Want To)’ with Meg-John Barker, with whom he records the ‘Meg-John & Justin’ podcast, and most recently published "Can We Talk About Consent, A book about freedom, choices and agreement," published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books in 2021. In this conversation, we look at the state of sex and relationships today, typically among the younger generations, the decline in reported sex, toxic masculinity, #MeToo, the rise of mental health issues, and how to broach consent, especially in a work environment.
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