Our international campaign features skateboarders photographed with signs, decks and artwork saying Consent is Rad. No naming, shaming or blaming – just a short but powerful message of education and support about the importance of sexual consent and healthy communication in our skate scenes. Here are just some of the photographs from our collaborators. More on our Instagram
Kiere Johnson and Bing Lui from Minding the Gap, an Academy Award nominated documentary on skateboarding, domestic and family violence and taking steps forward to healing and change. Photo supplied 2019.
Imke from Girls Shred. Photo supplied. 2019.
Atita Verghese from Girls Skate India. Photo from Pushing Boarders conference in Malmo, Sweden August 2019 by Indigo Willing.
Kim Woozy, founder of Mahfia, Squeezing the Juice Podcast and Skate Like A Girl SF Bay. Photo from Pushing Boarders in Malmo, Sweden 2019 by Indigo Willing.
Fredrik Kangner of Stockholm Skate Collective. Sweden. 2019. Photo by Robert Novo.
Professional skateboarder and ‘Abandoned’ and ‘Post Radical’ documentary maker Rick McCrank photographed at Pushing Boarders conference in Malmo, Sweden by Indigo Willing at the Consent is Rad launch in 2019.
Skate Witches co-founder, skate writer, Vent City podcaster and Skate Like a Girl’s Kristin Ebeling was one of our original and first collaborators. Photo supplied.
Professional skateboarder, Skate After School project, Vent City podcaster and skate writer Ryan Lay who we first met at Pushing Boarders in Malmo, Sweden. Photo supplied 2019.
Skateboarder and psychologist Leyla G Leon from Peru. She is photographed at Pushing Boarders conference in Malmo, Sweden in August 2019. Photo supplied.
Niklas was at Pushing Boarders and is from the Stockholm Skate Collective busting out a trick for Consent is Rad. Photo supplied to us Sept 2019.
Model and sponsored skater Peach Sorenson, also known as Blonde Mohawk, filmed an amazing skate trick for her contribution. See our Instagram to see the video. Submitted September 2019.
Skate journalist Emanuel Barbier has interviewed the who’s who of skateboarding since we met at Pushing Boarders in Malmo. They are photographed here by Indigo Willing post conference in Copenhagen.
Kyle Beachy is a professor, Vent City podcaster, a skateboarder and writer. Photo supplied September 2019.
Shane Auckland also known as @sk8rat is a videographer. Photo supplied August 2019.
Natalie Krishnadas from LasChicAZ skate group. Photo supplied August 2019.
Commissioned art for Consent is Rad by artist Sneezing Confetti.
Chris Giamarino is a skateboarder, PhD Student and presenter of research on skate spaces and architecture at Pushing Boarders.
Consent is Rad was launched at the Pushing Boarders skate conference at Malmo in Sweden in August 2019. Top – The University of Skate: Support Your Local Academic panel. Bottom – venue at Brygerriet Skate School. L to R. Sander, Stuart, Indigo, Sophie, Luke, Adelina and Dani. Photo by Lizzie Heath.
Girls Skate Brisbane (now We Skate Bris) are one of the co-founding groups of Consent is Rad. Picture: Tora Cordelia, Dr Indigo Willing and Evie Ryder.
Evie Ryder was one of the co-founders of Consent is Rad and at Girls Skate Brisbane (now We Skate QLD).
Dr Indigo Willing is the project leader and co-founder of Consent is Rad and also a co-founder of Girls Skate Brisbane (now We Skate QLD). Photo from Skateism article 2019.
Millie Miljevic is one of the Co-Founders of Consent is Rad. She joined the We Skate QLD team in 2019. Photo by Indigo Willing June 2020.
Consent is Rad stencils on skateboards at a Skate Like A Girl SF Bay event Like this: Like Loading...