The Conceivables are characters in their very own comic strips, originally created by university students with input from other young people.
They’re a fun way to show some of the conversations that people can have to help each other learn about the risks of alcohol in pregnancy.
The male characters are represented by sperm and the female characters by eggs, and each character has their own quirky personality type that you might recognise from your school.
Our hope is that people will share The Conceivables on social media, to help each other live healthier and make more informed choices.
We’re always on the look out for new stories for The Conceivables, so if you’re an aspiring writer or comic artist get in touch with us and share your ideas for a chance to have them featured on our website and social media!
Lots of people tell us that they weren’t taught about the risks of alcohol use in pregnancy at school, and others tell us they get their information from friends or the internet, which can be risky.
Here are some FASD facts from expert research:
In the UK drinking alcohol is common, but many people don’t understand the risk it poses during pregnancy. This series uses friendly characters to look at conversations and situations that you might be able to use to help your friends live healthier, now and in the future.
Want to help us make a change? Why not download and share The Conceivables on social media, so that more people can learn with you?
Help us reach even more people by sharing this web page with your teachers and parents!