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Sex Education & Consent

Sem vergonha

We need to talk about that

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Sem vergonhaHealth and well being, sex education


Health and well being, sex education

What if one day your friend revealed to the whole world what her first time was like and you found out about it through social media? And it’s not just that her first time was a terrible experience, but… could that guy be your current boyfriend?

This is Paolla Santos's story and she is about to unlock other issues involving confusing feelings around sex, to consent or not consent, what should a healthy relationship look like… How can she deal with all of this together? She is counting on you to help her out.



Languages & Countries

  • PortugueseBrazil | Original

The story behind the story

Most adolescents do not have the necessary knowledge to make informed decisions about their sexual and intimate life. Let alone being able to talk about it openly at home and receive proper education at school.

According to UNFPA, 25% from women from 16 to 49 years old reported that they can’t say no to sex. It is hard to discuss sex, even more if you are a young adult who has little information about it and no experience.

Also, according to WHO, 27% of women who have been in a relationship report having suffered some kind of intimate partner violence.

This has to stop now. So we believe it’s time to open the conversation and empower women to challenge gender-biased beliefs to make their own informed decisions about sex and their bodily autonomy. Doing this will definitely improve their health and well-being.

This is a story about first love, about giving consent and setting boundaries and about having healthy relationships that make you happy.

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  • Talk2U

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Goals & Results


Main goal

The purpose of Sem Vergonha is to encourage young women to talk about sex openly, get to know themselves better and to prevent them from making decisions that could affect their health and well-being.

Specific goals

  1. 01
    Deliver straight forward and valuable information regarding sex.

  2. 02
    Promote positive behaviors around consent, healthy relationships and setting boundaries.

  3. 03
    Stimulate safety during sexual relations among adolescents.
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