With Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) becoming statutory in all schools from September 2019 schools need practical, thoughtful and helpful resources to help them teach RSE.
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Facebook is asking British users to send naked photos of themselves to the social network, to try to stop revenge porn.
If you're worried an intimate photo of you could be shared by someone else, the idea is to get it blocked before it appears online.
What is 'bait out'?
"Bait out" pages are online groups or pages that invite users to share nude images, videos or sexual gossip about others, according to Childnet .
Users are often only allowed access to the group or page once they have shared such content.
There’s a person attached to every body, respect both.
Healthy relationships are all about respecting each other. You should feel loved, safe and free to be yourself.
But disrespectful and unacceptable behaviour can come in many forms. It isn’t limited to just physical behaviour; it can also go way beyond that. For example, it’s not OK for someone to try and pressure you into sending a nude pic, or to expect the same things to happen that they’ve seen in a porn film. If someone makes you do something you don’t want to, makes you feel scared, intimidated or tries controlling you, it’s not acceptable and is never OK.
Read up on the different types of abuse, get advice and have a look at the organisations that can help.
The UK's Revenge Porn Helpline has seen huge year-on-year increase in reported incidents since it was launched in 2015.
The hotline received just over 500 reports in 2015 and more than 2000 in 2017.
Once someone has a photo or video of you, it's very hard to control what happens to it.
It may feel awkward, but it's important to explain to children the risks of sexting, how to stay safe and remind them that they can talk to you if something ever makes them feel scared or uncomfortable.