After a lot of reflection, I have decided not to be a part of the process of turning Consent Rocks into a non-profit and independent organization.
After a lot of reflection, I have decided not to be a part of the process of turning Consent Rocks into a non-profit and independent organization. You may have heard of the Consent Rocks Process by another name like Rashomon or Incident Response Team That’s Not CRF. I still feel that it’s an important step[…]
“Why don’t they just…” are four words that I’m beginning to recognize as a warning signal. Uninformed Idiocy Ahead! Sometimes it’s about specific actions. For example: Person A passes Person B in the hallway, and decides to suddenly start some kind of kink play. Person B doesn’t want that kink play to happen, so obviously they[…]
A friend (who was also a volunteer for ROPECRAFT) asked me about the guidelines and training for the Rashomon at the event. In case you don’t know what the Rashomon were, here’s a link to the page, but TL;DR, here’s the summary: Their title comes from the classic movie of the same name, which is[…]
One of the main problems I think we have in the community is the metaphor we use for consent. We talk about consent as if it is either a static object (“I gave her my consent”) or a territory (“He violated my consent”). The more I think about it, the less I think that’s accurate.[…]