About Us

We’re a bunch of regular people. That’s pretty simple. The crew at SexSex
Is different things people choose to do to actively express sexuality and sexual feelings; often this involves genitals, but not always. Other words used in place of “sex” could be “sexual activity”, “sexual experiences”, or just “sexual” – they all mean the same thing. Sex can involve one person (i.e. masturbation) or more. When we talk about sex, we are not just talking about a man putting his penis into a woman’s vagina – there are heaps of ways people can have sex.
For sex to be fun, legal, respectful and pleasurable there must always be CONSENT.
‘n’ Respect come from all around the place and we’re all very different. What we do agree on is that everyone has the right to be happy and have respectful relationships with others.

We are based in Auckland, NZ and spend most of our time out and about in high schools around Auckland doing the BodySafe programme. To find out more about the BodySafe program and how to get it in your school (if you are from Auckland) please click here

We work to create communities free of sexual violenceSexual Violence
Is a general term that covers any sexual stuff a person does not consent to.
; where young people are enjoying positive, respectful and pleasurable experiences of sexuality and relationships free of pressure, coercionCoercion
Using force or intimidation to get things to go your way.
, harm or violence.

We’re part of an organisation called Rape Prevention Education. Have a look here if you want to find out more about us.

This site was supported by the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC), Wellington, . Views and/or conclusions in this site are those of RPE and may not reflect the position of ACC.

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Come on in to the Sex’N’Respect website!

Just a heads up, this website has some stuff about sexual violence which might be upsetting,
especially if you or someone close to you has experienced it.

If you find yourself getting upset, make sure you get support or take a few deep breaths
and think about something that makes you smile.

Some of the topics in here may also conflict with your beliefs.
We think that if a person is harming someone, or their human rights
IT IS NOT OK - no matter what your beliefs are.

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