Schoolchildren's concerns over sexual violence heard at workshops
More than 8000 pupils have been taking part in workshops run by Rape Crisis Scotland.
Sexism, sexting and sexual violence are a common part of life at school in Scotland, according to pupils.
More than 8000 schoolchildren have been taking part in workshops run by the charity Rape Crisis Scotland.
The aim has been to change attitudes and give young people a better understanding of what is and is not acceptable behaviour.
The workshops, held in schools across the country, looked at how young people viewed the issues surrounding sexual violence.
A recurring theme from those involved was concerns about intimate images sent privately then being shared more widely to mock or humiliate.
The discussions also focused on how boys view girls after looking at unrealistic images or scenarios.
And there were questions raised over the use of language often dismissed as "banter".
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