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Child Sexual Exploitation is happening in Warwickshire. Don't ignore it.

Respect Yourself - Warwickshire

Respect Yourself Warwickshire

The Respect Yourself website is aimed at young people - 13 years old and over. All of the content has been requested directly by young people.  The Your Questions within their site are real questions from real young people as are the words in the Sextionary - and therefore Respect Yourself believe they are valid aspects of the site. What's more, young people even asked for this section - a section especially for you their parents.

You see, young people tell Respect Yourself that they want to talk to their parents about sex and their relationships. They want to ask you questions and for your opinions - but they don't want a lecture, and are just as embarrassed and lost as to how to start doing this as you are. Hopefully, this website can help.

The Respect Yourself website is another resource that is safe and reliable, where they can explore issues that are important to them. The site is monitored and supported by professionals who can actually provide the answers and encourage them to take control of their relationships and to move at a pace they are comfortable with.  Respect Yourself are by no means encouraging young people to have sex or to view things that they are not ready for.  Instead they have taken great care to make it easy for young people to slowly explore the issues that are relevant to them in their own time.  Respect Yourself have ensured that there is plenty of emphasis on the emotional side of relationships as well as covering merely the physical aspects again; something that young people asked us for.

Whilst the Respect Yourself website does contain explicit images of genitalia and language commonly used by young people, it has all been put together for educational purposes with young people's health and wellbeing at the heart of it.

This website has been designed to engage with young people around issues of relationships and sex, especially the areas which young people tell Respect Yourself are lacking from contemporary RSE (relationship & sex education) that they receive in school.  They wanted a place where they can safely explore their emerging sexuality, without judgement and a place they can ask questions and receive open and honest answers.

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