Find out what peer pressure is and how to handle it, including what to do if things get serious.
Respectful Relationships and Healthy Sexuality
Tips and info to help you out in these tricky situations.
When people feel close to others they are happier and even healthier. Love helps us feel important, understood, and secure.
Puberty is the time when you grow from a boy into a young man. Here’s what to expect.
The feelings that lead to jealousy are regular emotions – resentment, anger or frustration. You already have all the tools you need to control the impact jealousy has on you.
How to: survive the breakup.
Admitting that you did or said something wrong, and then apologising to someone for it, can be nerve-racking and scary. Here are some tips that can make it a little easier.
Breaking up with someone can be hard. Here are some ways you can go about it respectfully.
There are several types of sexual orientation. Find out more here.
This animated video takes on a fun and simple approach to looking at consent; exploring what consent is and what it does and does not look like.
Consent really is as simple as a cup of tea. Watch this video.
Consent is like being ruler of your own country...population: YOU. Watch the video.
Be an upstander - someone who stands up and takes action when they know something is happening that isn’t okay.
Nine ways to be the best friend ever!
Learn more about the good, the bad and, the unexpected in relationships.
Relationships exist on a spectrum, from healthy to unhealthy to abusive — and everywhere in between. It can be hard to determine where your relationship falls, especially if you haven’t dated a lot.
Different people define relationships in different ways. But in order for a relationship to be healthy, it needs a few key ingredients!
Is this abuse? What are the warning signs?
Test your knowledge of healthy relationships and dating abuse.
What do I need to know?
A stranger or someone you know can make you feel uncomfortable or unsafe. Here are some warning signs that something is not quite right.
Going online can give you a vital source of support and information on LGBTQI+ issues that you might not be getting elsewhere. But it can also expose you to extra risks.