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When it comes to consent, think FRIES!
F- Freely Given. Consenting is a choice you make without pressure, manipulation, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
R- Reversible. Anyone can change their mind about what they feel like doing, anytime. Even if you’ve done something before.
I- Informed. You can only consent to something if you have the full story. For example, if someone says they’ll use a condom and then they don’t, there isn’t full consent.
E- Enthusiastic. When it comes to sex, you should only do things you WANT to do, not things that you feel you’re expected to do.
S- Specific. Saying yes to one thing (like making out) doesn’t mean you’ve said yes to other things (like having sex).
Want to learn more about FRIES? Check out PlannedParenthood.org
What is consent?
Having CONSENT means both giving and getting permission to go through an activity (yes, each step needs consent!).
This is done through clear verbal means:
Would it be okay if I ______?
Do you want to ______?
I’d like to ______, would you be into that?
Want to learn more about Boise State University’s Policy on Consent? Check out Policy 1065
BroncoFit Safer Sex Programming
BroncoFit is committed to creating a safer space for our community by offering educational outreach and programming around consent, healthy relationships, STI/STD prevention, and unwanted pregnancy prevention! Currently, we are conducting this education through the following programs:
- BroncoFit Peer Health Education Program
- Peer Ed YouTube Spotlights
- Workshops and Presentations
- Don’t Cancel That Class
- BroncoFit for Housing
- BroncoFit Mail
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Safer Sex Supplies are available for free in Norco room 115
The following Safer Sex Supplies are available for students during regular office hours:
- male/external condoms
- female/internal condoms
- dental dams
Additional and bulk supplies for student lead groups may be provided upon request.
Contact our staff at email@example.com
7 Steps to Putting on a Condom
Ask a Health Educator!
Do you have specific questions about health, wellness, or other related topics? Ask a Health Educator! Email our staff at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you with answers or to connect you to resources!