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Our university resources are back and the collection is expanding

We have been working very hard behind the scenes to build on our university resources, and we are happy to announce the extension to the bundle we already have, which are now ready to be brought, printed, and shipped from our store.

As a recap; here are the resources we already have:

Not Yours to Share – Support and advice for victims of intimate image abuse

Let’s talk stalking – What to do if you feel like you are being harassed/stalked

What is Sextortion? – You’ve had online sexual relations with someone online and they are now threatening to post it unless you pay them – what can you do?

Students and sex work

Our first printed resource is here to advise students on sex work and provide support for who was, or who are thinking of becoming a sex worker knows their rights. Whether you are working as an explicit content creator or providing in-person sessions you need to know the law and how to stay safe on and offline. As this can be a complex topic, we really recommend checking out this postcard to get non-biased advice on how to protect yourself.

The following two resources have been curated by our sister services, Report Harmful Content (RHC) and Professionals Online Safety Helpline (POSH) to give advice on hate speech and how to manage your online reputation.

Negate the Hate

Do you know what to do if the group chat you are in is abusing a particular group of people? Well read this helpful postcard and now you will know. Hate speech was one of the most common harms outlined in the RHC annual report and we collectively wanted to give some guidance on this, so people who feel they may experience hate speech know how to report it and what to look out for if you are an observer of hate speech.

Reputation Matters

How you come across online can matter in the future as to how you come across offline. You wouldn’t want to walk into your first interview and talk about the stuff you posted online on a drunk night out, would you? No, us either. That’s why it’s important to know what’s online about and if you are happy to have it there or not. This resource can help you make the most (or least) out of your online reputation.  

You can find all of these resources on our website, and if you feel like you have been affected by any of these issues, please do get in touch with us and we can try to help.

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