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Video Resources

The videos posted here are intended to be educational. Most are suitable for a general audience, though viewer discretion is advised as they may bring up unwanted feelings or emotions.

The topics covered are:

Consent
Sexual Harrassment
Sexual Assault
Online Grooming
Trauma
Self-Harm & Self-Care
Survivor Interviews
and 'Talk To Me' - a short film about the impact of male rape.

Consent: it's as simple as tea

This video from Thames Valley Police is aimed at a general audience and explains what consent is and how it works.

Consent Explained

This video from Amaze.org is aimed at a younger audience and explains what consent is and how it works.

What is sexual harrassment?

This video from Amaze.org is aimed at a general audience and explains what sexual harrassment is and why it is not ok.

What is sexual assault?

Aimed at a general audience, this video from Amaze.org explains the concept of sexual assault and why this is not ok.

Online grooming: be aware

This video from NNECA is aimed at a general audience and highlights warning signs of grooming and offers some prevention tips.

Online grooming: prevention tips

This video from NNECA is aimed at a general audience and offers some vital prevention tips to keep yourself and others safe online.

7 signs of online grooming

In this video, American therapist Kati Morton highlights 7 key signs that you or someone you know may be being groomed online.

Trauma and the brain

This video from NHS Lancashire explains some of the ways in which trauma affects the brain.

Self-harm and self-care

This video from Psych2Go talks about why people self-harm and how you can take care of yourself if you are self-harming or know someone who is.

An Interview with Sam

In this short interview with UniLad, Sam talks about his experience of being a male survivor of sexual assault.

An Interview with Samantha Morton

In this frank interview with The Guardian newspaper, actress Samantha Morton discusses her person experience of sexual abuse and the impact it had on her life.

Talk To Me

'Talk To Me' is a short film made by students at Sunderland University School of Performing Arts. This depicts the story of a heterosexual male trying to come to terms with his experience as a survivor of male on male rape.

Viewer discretion is advised.

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