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Recently, sex educator Samantha Viarruel hosted one of her signature sex-ed trivia games in Ryerson’s Student Learning Centre.
Meet Glass Ceiling Productions, a group of five young women in their fourth year of Ryerson’s RTA School of Media releasing a film that is normalizing the conversation of sexual assault, abuse and consent.
Their coming-of-age film, The Remnants of Eden, is about sexual consent in a relationship and speaks about a traumatic event that happens to the main character, Eden Rosen.
The high numbers of male and female actors, managers, and publicists who have decided to share their stories of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual assault (which has continued for more than three decades) reminds us of how pervasive rape culture is.
It’s more proof that campus policies geared toward consent culture are vital to students’ safety and should continue.
A group of five Ryerson women are trying to encourage students to speak up and support each other about consent.
Glass Ceiling Productions, formed by the fourth-year RTA School of Media students, is currently working on a film about consent in young relationships. The movie, called The Remnants of Eden, tackles an important and sensitive issue.