Creating A Culture Of Consent
Last year in Hollywood (hint: Harvey Weinstein) reminded us that some people do not seek our permission before doing things to us or on us.
The reminder spurred further discussion of the need for a "consent culture" in the country. And it goes way beyond interpersonal and sexual relationships.
The myriad ways society could approach HOW we approach each other are contained in a new anthology called Ask: Building Consent Culture.
Kitty Stryker is the editor. She and contributing writer Cinnamon Maxxine visit the studio.