PSHE/Citizenship GCSE: Rape - male attitudes towards sex and consent

Pips Taylor investigates the issue of rape in the UK and talks to men about their views on sex and consent.

She looks at some startling facts relating to male attitudes towards sex and the sexualised world we live in.

She meets a young persons’ sexual health worker who discusses how she sees hundreds of young people each year who have been sexually assaulted.

Kat Banyard, a feminist, shares her thoughts on the way women are seen in British society today and why.

**This series contains some sexual content. Teacher review recommended prior to use in class.

This clip is from the series I Never Said Yes.

Teacher Notes

This clip could be used to stimulate two critical questions, what constitutes 'consent' and who is to 'blame' for rape?

It can be used to clarify what behaviours are, and are not acceptable when it comes to sex.

Explore with the class what behaviours constitute a crime and who is responsible.

Curriculum Notes

This clip is suitable for teaching PSHE and Citizenship at GCSE/KS4 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and National 4 in Scotland.

More from I Never Said Yes:

Rape - Laura's story of partner rape
Rape - Natalie's story of being gang raped
Rape - Nicole’s survival story
Rape and conviction rates - Jane’s story
Rape and its impact - Sarah's story