We empower young people to speak out, seek support, navigate ending an unhealthy relationship or help a friend.
Since launching in spring
schools and organisations we partner with
said we changed their opinion of what is ‘healthy’ and ‘unhealthy’ behaviour
knew how to get help if they experience abuse in a relationship
schools and community groups
hours of free RSE
Find out more about our workshops > https://lmkletmeknow.org/what-we-do/ and let us know if you have any questions.
It’s so important to understand & discuss these issues openly so we’re v. pleased to see this report. Last year LMK developed a specific workshop on pornography which we deliver to schools & community groups, helping young people to understand the issues, risks & to stay safe.
I am today publishing a new report examining children’s exposure to pornography & the impact it has on their self-esteem, body image, & relationships.
New analysis of survey data has found that the average age a child first watches pornography is 13.
Important research from @sophiasgaler, demonstrating why working with young people of school age on these issues is so crucial. No young person should leave school without a full understanding of consent.
Ahead of Losing It coming out in paperback tomorrow, I worked with @Savanta_UK to poll 1,600 university students aged 18-25 asking them questions I’d either never seen asked in a sex research survey before, or were built from the themes I explore in the book. Here we go: /2
5. We can all make a difference in our everyday lives by using inclusive language, not assuming anyone’s sexuality, sharing and asking for pronouns, and supporting our friends to be their true selves.
4. These are just some of the resources we use during our workshops. Note that some of these show unhealthy behaviours, which we discuss.
3. RSE is now compulsory in schools and LGBTQ+ content must be integrated into that education, BUT there is still a long way to go to counter the historic damage ❤️.
2. Between 1988 and 2003, Section 28 meant that ‘promoting homosexuality’ was banned in schools. Generations of LGBTQ+ young people had no representation or guidance, which caused lasting damage and fuelled wider stigma and discrimination.
1. Our inclusive resources are not something we congratulate ourselves on because it should just be totally standard. But it is deeply important to all of us at LMK that we can provide inclusive RSE.
On this first day of #LGBTplusHM, we want to pay tribute to those who fought so hard for LGBTQ+ inclusive RSE. Our resources and discussions in schools use scenarios that respect everyone in the LGBTQ+ community, which is so important to all of us at LMK 🧵
3. We want to encourage people to think about the impact of their words. We’ll be posting when we overhear something unhealthy (or something healthy) on reality TV.
👂If you overhear anything, let us know #OverheardOnRealityTV
2. 📣 Girls, women and non-binary friends, let’s make it known that we won’t be reduced to ‘a nice girl’. We want healthy, equal, respectful relationships. Find out more about our 10 signs of a healthy relationship https://lmkletmeknow.org/healthy-relationships/
1. What exactly is a nice girl? We think it stems from old-fashioned ideas that girls should look and act a certain way. That they should be well-behaved, pure, compliant etc. This idea isn’t just old fashioned; it’s harmful – it can fuel unhealthy and abusive behaviours.
We recently heard this on reality tv. It’s something we’ve heard many times before and we’d love not to hear it again! 🧵👇
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This February, how would you like to…
👩🍳 cook delicious food
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🍝 eat delicious food
💜 support LMK
Join our February Food for Thought cookathon to do all four! 👇
“How can we as students drive the change and push our teachers to do more?”
❗Great question from our Youth Advisory Board member Grace at last night’s @EvawUK event calling on schools to tackle sexual harassment. Find out more and get resources📣
Watch the video and find out how you can support the campaign at and shout loud about it! 📣
Take action against sexual harassment in schools | End Violence Against Women
Take these three steps to help tackle sexism and create a safe learning environment for girls Are you a young …
Five of LMK’s Youth Advisory Board attended the launch of a powerful new video and campaign from @EVAWuk last night, calling for an end to sexual harassment in our schools. Girls deserve better and we’re joining the campaign to say it’s #AboutTime things change. Get involved 📢
We were at the launch of this powerful video tonight, along with five members of our Youth Advisory Board. Girls deserve better! Please share the video, join the campaign and 📣 tell everyone 📣 it’s #AboutTime things changed @EVAWuk
📣 It’s #AboutTime things changed.
We call time on sexual harassment and abuse at school.
Girls deserve better.
Join our campaign and share this video!