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Expert chat: Enthusiastic Consent & Conditional Consent (Wed 21st February)

Hey everyone!

On Wednesday 21st Feb at 6.30pm, Sarah our expert, will be running an expert chat about Enthusiastic Consent and Conditional Consent.

Sarah is the co-founder of Scarlet Ladies, a community of women with the aim to destigmatise and normalise the conversation around female sexuality.

Suffering from post traumatic stress disorder after experiencing a number of traumas, including rape, Sarah is reclaiming her body by engaging in bodybuilding and powerlifting. Taking back control of her sexuality, she is currently remaining abstinent. Working and campaigning with other women for the sexual empowerment of women has been an integral part of her healing journey.


Come along and join us! Find out more here
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Vanilla features: have your say

As we move to our new boards software, Vanilla, we'll have a few new features at our disposal. We're keen to hear what you all think about them, so head here to have your say over how we'll use (or not use) some of the new features. Fill out the form before Wednesday the 21st to tell us your thoughts and have the option of joining our testing team!
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The Great Boards Migration

Great news! We're moving to new discussion boards software. Head here for the full announcement.
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Post of The Month

One-in-a-million is our Post of The Month winner voted by the community for the following post:

"Just a bit of fun here if you could create an advent calendar what would you put in it and why.

For me you would still get chocolate 😆😆
But inside each door is a task for the day. Something that includes you helping/talking to others, doing something festive and spreading Christmas cheer
For example

1. Tell your parents/carers you love them
2. Say hello when passing an OAP (that might be the only thing someone says to them all week)
3. Watch a Christmas movie
4. Help someone in need e.g put some spare change in a charity box, buy a warm drink for the homeless person who sits on the corner, dothe washing up ha ha ha😂
5 make hot chocolate
6. Visit your grandparents (if you donít already) They will more than likely love to see you.
7. Sing a Christmas song with a friend
8. Dress up in something Christmasy when you do your shopping.

You get the idea 😂😉 my reason for this is to get people in the mood and understand what Christmas actually means.

What would yours have and why."
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Being forced to pay a loan in someone elses name

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  • Being forced to pay a loan in someone elses name

    My ex boyfriends took out a loan in his name to pay for our kitchen. We split. I am paying him monthly but he is demanding the whole amount in full within a week. I am making a monthly payment to him of what I can afford even though I am not legally obliged to pay his loan. Says he is going to take me to court. Where do I stand?

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    Who's got the kitchen?

    And I think you'd be a decent person if you paid half, but I dont think legally you have to pay anything. Spiteful ex's will take you to court for anything haha
    Last edited by Aidan; 03-05-2017, 03:27 PM.
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      Although court is a kerfuffle you certainly won't be in the wrong or any danger. he took out the loan in his name and you were not married therefore it is his responsibility, all the court will do is help work out an amount for you to pay him monthly (if any seeing as you don't owe nothing) x
      "Weave me a rope that will pull me through these impossible times"
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