Established in 2014, Project Consent is one of the leading voices in the fight against sexual assault. We are a group of young adults looking to make a difference in the world by offering a platform to survivors & allies alike. In the past four years, Project Consent has amassed a serious following and produced a multitude of multimedia campaigns aimed at supporting survivors while simultaneously changing the culture for a brighter and safer future. 

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month

In honor of April's Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Project Consent is honored to play a strong role in the movement to combat sexual assault around the world. Throughout the month, we will be creating content around the theme of 'SUPPORT SURVIVORS' as we wholeheartedly believe that survivors of sexual assault should be empowered.


Our Mission



Through our multimedia campaigns and middle school curriculum, we hope to educate people around the world about consent and rape culture. On our social media sites we use unconventional tactics that combine current trends and pop culture, which creates an approachable atmosphere where people can ask questions and learn more. Education is the key to starting conversations that serve as a the catalyst to ending the toxic culture that surrounds sexual assault survivors. 



We started as a platform for survivors to come together, have conversations, and find support through allies. This has not, and will not, change. Before anything else, we are a safe space. Whether it is through talking with one our staff, sending in submissions, asking questions, or simply finding solace in the words and art we share, survivors have a place here. They are free to use Project Consent in whatever way provides them the most support, and that is what keeps us going. 



Our campaigns are not enough to make a difference, but with the help of other organizations, companies, and influencers we can spread awareness and effectively end sexual assault. We partner with companies and people in fashion, entertainment, and the nonprofit world and find ways to incorporate our mission into their own. By doing so, their followers are educated on what we do and pledge to be part of the change.

We get messages from people around the world, sharing their experiences and what Project Consent means to them. There’s a lot of pain in these stories, but there’s also a lot of recovery. [...] Project Consent is a lot of things, but above all, it’s about overcoming. And people are doing exactly that. How do you not find that anything but optimistic?
— Sara Li at the 2017 Webby's Choice Awards