CYBERBULLYING & ABUSE
Sexting Without Consent
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This lesson covers the sensitive issues around sexting and sharing of intimate photos online. Students will learn about the key concepts of consent to share, sexting, online blackmail, and gender abuse.The scenario presented in this lesson explores the complex online issues many teenagers face today.
- Suitable for age 15
- 60 minutes + project work
What's in this lesson?
Students will be able to:
- Examine the dangers of sharing sexually explicit content with others, and the potential legal and personal consequences.
- Recognise the impact of gender-based abuse and hate speech in online interactions.
- Illustrate the importance of consent in sharing personal information, photos, or videos in online spaces
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Consent to Share
When someone agrees to share their personal information or images with others, such as by posting them on social media or sending them to a friend. True consent is clear and voluntary. Everyone has a right to control their own information and to decide who to share it with.
When someone sends or receives sexually explicit messages, images or videos through messaging apps or social media.
When someone threatens to share private information or images online in order to control or manipulate someone else.
Refers to any harm or abuse targeted toward someone based on their gender identity. This can take many forms, including hate speech, being called derogatory names, being subjected to sexual harassment, or non-consensual sharing of sexual and explicit images.
Introduction (5 min)
Define the Keywords (15 min)
Investigate the Scenario (30 min)
Project Work (duration as needed)
Key Takeaways (10 min)
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