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When it comes to learning about sexual health, we’re here with you, no matter what. If you want to learn more about sexual health, are spending extra time with your kids (who have lots of questions!), or just want something to do during your couch time, we’ve got tons of fun and educational videos, apps, and other digital resources for people of all ages — in English and en español.

For young people (or anyone wanting to brush up on their sexual health info):

  • Roo — Our totally free, private sexual health chatbot that answers all your questions about sex, relationships, puberty, and more. No question is too awkward or embarrassing for Roo, so ask away! You can also check out our Roo High School video series.
  • Chat/Text — For those times you need to talk with a real person, chat or text in real-time with trained health educators about pregnancy, STDs, birth control, and more. It’s free and confidential.
  • Consent 101 videos — This four-video series is all about consent — what it is, how to know if someone wants to have sex with you, and what to do if they don’t.
  • Talking about safer sex, testing, and STDs — These three live-action videos show you how to have those sometimes awkward (but always necessary) conversations with your sexual partners without blaming, shaming, or ruining the mood.
  • Puberty videos — These animated videos talk about what to expect during puberty for people with all different kinds of bodies and gender identities. 
  • Ask The Experts videos — These videos answer our most-asked sexual health questions from young people, on everything from anatomy to sex to how pregnancy happens. 
  • Spot On — Our gender-neutral app helps you track your period, fertility, and birth control method. It’s free and available for download in your phone’s app store. You’ll also get period facts and tips from the experts at Planned Parenthood — and keep an eye out for Cycleosaurus, the friendly dinosaur! Download the Spot On app and start your own 30 Night Challenge at home.
  • PlannedParenthood.org/teens — We’ve got tons of great info on our site about puberty, relationships, staying safe online, and more.
  • Q Chat Space (and imi) — Digital support group for LGBTQ+ teens. If Q Chat is unavailable when you want them, you can also check out imi, a personalized wellness guide for LGBTQ+ teens.
  • Ours to Tell — A short film that shares the stories of four people from diverse backgrounds and the empowerment that comes from being able to access abortion and live full, healthy lives.
  • How to respond to a story of sexual assault — A video with tips for responding in a supportive and compassionate way if someone shares their experience of sexual assault, without adding to the shame and guilt that many survivors feel.
  • Sexual health videos — Quick, animated videos that give you the basics on birth control, how pregnancy happens (you might be surprised at the timeline!), STDs, PrEP and PEP, and abortion.
  • Coloring and activities — Tap into your creativity, unwind, and relieve some stress with our coloring and activity pages.

For parents, caregivers, and families:

  • Videos for parents — From talking to your kids about where babies come from to gender, porn, and more, we’ve got the tips to help you tackle the tough topics and keep your kids healthy, from preschool to middle school.
  • The Talk Show — You might be watching a little more TV than usual right now. This TV watching guide helps you use storylines from TV and movies to have easy, honest conversations with your kids about sex, relationships, social media, body image, and more.
  • Resources for talking about healthy relationships — Wondering how to start a conversation about consent and having good relationships? Read about how to talk about consent at every age , or play Healthy Relationship Bingo when you’re watching TV with the young people in your life.
  • PlannedParenthood.org/Parents — From preschool through high school, our guide for parents and caregivers gives you great advice on how to have honest, age-appropriate conversations with your kids about bodies, relationships, sexuality, safety, and more.
  • Use Roo together — Our sexual health chatbot can help guide conversations with your kids about those topics that can sometimes feel awkward to talk about. You can let your kid lead the way, or take turns asking Roo questions and discussing the answers.
  • PlannedParenthood.org/Teens — You and your kid can click around the site together and talk about topics you come across. Or send it to your teen and leave them to browse on their own, letting them know they can come to you with any questions. 

Disponibles en español:

  • Chate/Textea — Para esos momentos cuando necesitas platicar con una persona de verdad, chatea o textea en tiempo real con educadorxs de salud capacitadxs sobre el embarazo, ETS, anticonceptivos, y más. Es gratuito y confidencial. 
  • Videos sobre la pubertad — Estos videos animados hablan sobre lo qué se puede esperar durante la pubertad para personas con diferentes cuerpos e identidades de género. 
  • Ask The Experts videos — En esta serie de videos, contestamos las preguntas más populares sobre la salud sexual hechas por personas jóvenes, desde la anatomia al sexo y como ocurre el embarazo . 
  • Spot On — Nuestra aplicación de género neutro te ayuda a monitorear tu periodo, fertilidad, y método anticonceptivo. Es gratis y está disponible para descargar de la tienda de aplicaciones de tu teléfono móvil. También recibirás datos básicos sobre tu periodo y consejos de parte de los expertos de Planned Parenthood - y no te olvides de buscar al Ciclosaurio, nuestro dinosaurio amigable. Descarga la aplicación de Spot On en español. 
  • PlannedParenthood.org/es/ParaAdolescentes — Tenemos muchísima información valuable en nuestro sitio web sobre la pubertad, las relaciones, la seguridad en línea, ¡y más!
  • Q Chat Space  — Un grupo de apoyo digital para las personas jóvenes LGBTQ+. 
  • Sexual health videos — Videos animados cortos con información basica sobre los anticonceptivos, como ocurre el embarazo, las ITS, la PrEP y la PEP, y el aborto. 
  • Videos para padres — Desde cómo hablar con tus hijxs sobre de dónde vienen los bebés hasta el género, la pornografía, y más, tenemos consejos para ayudarte con las conversaciones dificiles y mantener a tus hijxs en buena salud , de preescolar a secundaria.  
  • The Talk Show — Esta guía para ver la televisión te ayuda a usar las historias que ves en la tele y las películas para tener conversaciones fáciles y honestas con tus hijxs sobre el sexo, las relaciones, las redes sociales, la imagén corporal, y más,  
  • Resources for talking about healthy relationships —  ¿Preguntándote cómo empezar una conversación sobre el consentimiento y las buenas relaciones? Usa la guía para hablar sobre el consentimiento en todas las edades, o juega el Bingo de relaciones saludables cuando veas tele con las personas jóvenes en tu vida. 
  • PlannedParenthood.org/es/ParaPadres — Una guía para padres con consejos para tener conversaciones honestas y apropiadas para la edad de tus hijxs sobre cuerpos, relaciones, sexualidad, seguridad, y más. 
  • SexEdenCasa.org —  Ofrece tips, recomendaciones y recursos en español para hablar con tus hijxs en todas las etapas de su educación - desde preescolar hasta la secundaria.
  • Sexo sin-vergüenza — Un blog escrito para personas latinas por personas latinas, que cubre temas como el aborto, los metodos anticonceptivos, las ITS, los anticonceptivos de emergencia, el género y la orientación sexual, y las relaciones. Tienes alguna duda o buscas más información, ¡haz tu pregunta

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