Answered by Rize Above Peer Mentors from Kaurna Plains School
Rize Above Admin
Our peer mentor Mr. J.F. created this piece of artwork representing his relationships with his family; communities and his connection to the Torres Strait; Kaurna; Arrernte; Warlpiri and Larrakia land. Mr. J.F. shared with Rize Above that the dingo represents how much he knows about culture and how far he could go from home. Mr.
Consent is an essential part of healthy relationships and it’s really important to know what it is and the many ways to spot it. Let’s have a look at the role that gender plays in consent. Social norms surrounding relationships remain gendered among young people. Gendered stereotypes like this and gender role expectations in
In a relationship where sexual coercion is occurring, there is a lack of consent.
“I’ve created a saying no to violence against women drawing.. The reason I’ve done this is because I believe its important to stand up to these matters and help the woman suffering. The reason I drew this piece of art is because it’s meaningful to me and my community as a lot of woman suffer from this daily. I feel its needs to be shown in a way that not everyone knows and sees about, a side that woman suffer from. Because no one actually knows what happens behind closed doors. I’m glad I’m able to express my art into something special and meaningful.”—-Madison Phillips