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How Bodies Change During Puberty

MyLifeAsEva, La’Shaunae Steward, James Butler, and sex ed chatbot Roo answer questions about masturbation, periods, puberty, penises and vaginas.

What Is Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation?

MyLifeAsEva, Aaron Philip, James Butler, and sex ed chatbot Roo answer questions about gender identity, sexual orientation, bisexuality, and coming out.

Dating Tips & Relationship Advice

MyLifeAsEva, the Bell Twins, and sex ed chatbot Roo answer questions about crushes, healthy relationships, and consent—in the style of promposals.

How to Talk to Your Parents (or a Trusted Adult) About Sex

Welcome to Roo High School, where no question is off-limits. Watch MyLifeAsEva, Auri, her mom Jae, and sex ed chatbot Roo answer questions about sex, virginity and STDs.

How to Talk About Having Safer Sex

Learn about how to have safer sex, and how to talk to your partner about using condoms, dental dams, and more.

How to Talk About STD Testing

Learn how STD testing works, and how to talk to your partner about getting tested to stay safe and healthy.

How to Tell Someone You Have an STD

Got an STD? So do lots of people. It might seem scary to tell your partner, but we've got your back. Learn how to tell your partner you have or had an STD.

Consent 101: How Do You Know if Someone Wants to Have Sex?

The only way to know if someone wants to have sex with you is to ask. Consent is about asking, and listening to the answer.

Consent 101: When Someone Definitely Wants to Have Sex

Enthusiastic consent is when both people are clearly into what's happening. Here's what it looks like when your partner agrees to give sexual consent.

Consent 101: When Someone Isn’t Quite Sure if They Want to Have Sex

Sometimes your partner looks unsure, isn't totally into it, or needs to talk about things before moving forward. It's important to stop and check in with your partner before you keep going.

Consent 101: When Someone Doesn’t Want to Have Sex

Sometimes your partner doesn't want to do what you're into, is too drunk or high to consent, or just simply doesn't like you that way. Here's how to handle those situations with kindness and respect.