Resources

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Resources to support survivors

Supporting Survivors

If a friend or a family member discloses that they are a survivor of abuse, here are some ways you can tell them you support them.

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When I say no it means no

Intimate Partner Violence

On average nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the USA. You have the right to safety in your relationships.

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When I say no it means no

Smart Sexting

Whether snapping, texting, messaging, or sliding into your partner’s DMs, knowing how to respectfully be sexual online is essential.

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How to write a code of conduct

As an official or unofficial community leader, you have the power and responsibility to make your community better by crafting and sharing a code of conduct.

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When I say no it means no

Meeting an Online Friend or Creator IRL

Internet communities are an incredible thing, but they have their unique issues. The line between reality and curated internet lives can be blurry. Here’s a few things to keep in mind when meeting with online friends and creators in person.



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Recognizing Abuse Online and Off: A guide for parents

Talk early and often about relationships and healthy boundaries. Whether romantic or platonic, teens are still figuring out what appropriate boundaries are for them.



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Engage By Uplift

Our video series Engage by Uplift tackles the difficult issues the YouTube community faces, using real talk for real change. Each week, Kat Lazo discusses abuse and how it uniquely manifests in virtual spaces. Watch and collaborate with us through calls to action, and join in with some of your favorite YouTubers as they consider the issues in round table discussions.