Sexual Assault Prevention Tips
Remember we wrote a couple weeks ago about the sky-high numbers on rape in South Africa? Well, unfortunately, as well all know rape and sexual abuse are not relegated just to South Africa, but is prevelent in all societies. There is so much information out there for women about what not to do, to prevent rape. However, there’s not much information out there clearly describing behaviours to the perpetrators. It’s a bit tongue-in-cheek, of course, but we thought this worth sharing with our audience - if you are a student here in Rammolutsi or a professional in London, please consider reblogging this or posting it to your FB. It’s a share not to miss.
“The series follows the complicated loves, lives and sexual behaviour of a group of young people living in Nairobi, Kenya and aims to send a message on HIV and AIDS….The project was conceived as a vehicle for communicating and promoting messages about sexual health among African youth and for effecting real behavioural change among young people. Among the storylines in the new series are rape, transactional sex and homosexuality. Other issues to be explored include HIV testing, stigma, condom use, gender inequity and the role of multiple concurrent partnerships in driving the HIV epidemic,” says a reporter from Screen Africa.
The series will premiere in Africa weekly on MTV Base (DStv Channel 322) from Tuesday 14 February at 9:30pm CAT (8:30pm WAT; 10:30pm EAT) for six weeks until the 20 March, and will also air on multiple terrestrial broadcasters around the world (channels and transmission times TBC). There will be six episodes, followed by a one-hour synopsis episode.
Image credits: http://mtvshuga.com/ & screenafrica.com