Media Release

'Yes means Yes' poster campaign

6 December 2017

The Sexual Assault Support Service (SASS), Laurel House and the Tasmanian Hospitality Association have joined forces to raise awareness about sexual abuse and harassment, launching a series of posters that each deliver a key message about sexual harassment, abuse and consent. The catchy posters will be displayed in pubs, clubs and other entertainment venues across the state, and aim to deliver a simple but clear message that when negotiating sex, the only thing that means yes is "yes."

SASS would like to recognise the good work by the University of Tennessee Knoxville who shared information with SASS and provided marketing inspiration for this campaign.  More information can be found on the UTK Centre for Health Education and Wellness page.

Download the full media release below.