the SAVE Youth Services
team noticed some health classrooms had abstinence-only posters hanging on the walls. Many of these posters dated back to 1997, describing abstinence as a way to "avoid abuse” and included
many other harmful, untrue narratives about sex and dating. Sarah Hyde, Youth Services Coordinator, had the idea to create new posters that focus instead on consent and healthy relationships to offer educators. Sarah collaborated
with a Fremont high school student, Will Kouch, who took on the poster campaign as his senior capstone project. Together they created the content for the posters. Jennifer Tran, another high school student and member of SAVE's youth group,
Team Stronger Than Youth Think, designed them. The posters were printed and and delivered to our school champions! The two posters, "101 Ways to Ask for Consent" and "101 Signs You're in a Healthy Relationship," are big hits with the teachers!