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STD Videos and Lesson Plans to Enhance Sex Education

Planned Parenthood Federation of America recently developed a series of three new videos to educate young people about STDs that model the skills they need to communicate and negotiate. Young people need support to negotiate safer sex, getting tested, and disclosing that you have an STD. This new set of resources fills that educational gap.

The three videos are:

How to talk about Safer Sex 

How to Talk About Having Safer Sex | Planned Parenthood Video How to Talk About Having Safer Sex | Planned Parenthood Video


How to talk about STD Testing:

How to Talk About STD Testing  | Planned Parenthood Video How to Talk About STD Testing | Planned Parenthood Video


How to tell someone you have an STD:

How to Tell Someone You Have an STD  | Planned Parenthood Video How to Tell Someone You Have an STD | Planned Parenthood Video


You can view all three videos at p.ppfa.org/TalkingSTDs.

They are geared for older teens and young adults (16-22), and have lesson plans that can be used in schools and community programs:

One hour lesson plan
Part 1 of 2 hour lesson plan 
Part 2 of 2 hour lesson plan

 

Consent Videos and Lesson Plans to Enhance Consent Education

Planned Parenthood Federation of America recently developed a series of four new videos to educate young people about consent that model the skills they need to communicate and negotiate in relationships. In conversations around sexual assault prevention, there has been huge emphasis on telling people that they must obtain consent – but very little to illustrate what it looks like. This new set of resources fills that educational gap.

The four videos are:
“How do you know if someone wants to have sex with you?"  – an overview of what consent is (and isn't)

How Do You Know if Someone Wants to Have Sex with You? | Planned Parenthood Video How Do You Know if Someone Wants to Have Sex with You? | Planned Parenthood Video


“When you know they’re into it” – this video shows what enthusiastic consent looks like

When Someone Definitely Wants to Have Sex | Planned Parenthood Video When Someone Definitely Wants to Have Sex | Planned Parenthood Video


“When they’re kinda into it” – this video shows what it looks like to stop and check in to get clarity on consent

When Someone Isn’t Quite Sure If They Want to Have Sex | Planned Parenthood Video When Someone Isn’t Quite Sure If They Want to Have Sex | Planned Parenthood Video


“When they’re just not into it” – the last video shows what it looks like to respectfully hear a "no" 

When Someone Doesn’t Want to Have Sex | Planned Parenthood Video When Someone Doesn’t Want to Have Sex | Planned Parenthood Video


You can view all four videos at bit.ly/Consent101.

They are geared for older teens and young adults (17-22), and they explain what consent is, and model what it looks like in different situations.

We encourage you to use these videos in your work through:

Lesson Plan on Consent
Lesson Plan on Media Literacy

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