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June 8 - August 7, 2020

Join us for eight weeks of live, online learning from the comfort of your own home. Whether you are in your PJs or your favorite tee, our expert sexual health educators have the answers to all of your sexual health and relationship questions. 

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Our education team at Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast is comprised of professional health educators who are committed to improving the lives of youth, parents, and families in Texas and Louisiana. We’re excited to invite you to the 2020 Summer Learning Series, which consists of live, online workshops designed to fit the specific needs of adults, caregivers, and students ages 12-18.  

Whether you’re struggling to figure out how to talk to your child about sex or how to navigate a healthy relationship as a teen, the Summer Learning Series has a workshop for you. Join us at any of the dates below for age-appropriate, medically accurate information that will empower participants to reflect on their personal values and prepare them to make informed decisions.

  • Surviving Quarantine with Your Partner The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many couples and families staying at home 24/7. Our expert educators will provide some tips on healthy boundaries and communication during the quarantine.
  • Protection Methods Safer sex is better sex. Our expert sexual health educators are here to provide tips for protecting yourself from pregnancy and STIs.
  • STIs 201 STIs are super common - almost all sexually active people get one at some point in their life. Learn about the most common STIs (including HIV) and their transmission methods, symptoms, treatments, and prevention.
  • How to Talk to Your Child About Sexuality When should you start talking with your child about sexuality? What are the most commonly asked questions posed by youth, and how should you answer them? Learn the skills to begin family discussions about sexual health and puberty.

  • Real Life. Real Talk. RLRT is designed to encourage a healthy dialogue about sexuality and health among parents, teens, families, and communities. This program heightens awareness, shifts attitudes, increases positive, meaningful community and family conversations, and strengthens knowledge.

  • Supporting Students & Answering Tough Questions Are you an educator? A counselor? A parent? A mentor? We're here to provide resources for parents and educators to help support students and answer tough questions.

  • Courts Matter Federal courts play a crucial role in deciding on basic legal protections and civil rights of our communities. Join us for a special discussion about where the U.S. Federal court system stands and how you can help protect our reproductive freedoms.
  • How to Use Your Voice & What You Can Do Never be afraid to raise your voice for justice. Join us and learn how to advocate for reproductive freedom. 

  • Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships: What do healthy relationships look like and what are the red flags? What are the signs of an abusive relationship? Do you have to have sex to have a healthy relationship? We’re here to answer those questions and give you the tools to recognize healthy behaviors and relationships.

  • Sexually Transmitted Infections Have you thought about how to protect yourself from sexually transmitted infections? Our sex ed experts are providing a medically-accurate, judgement-free session on the facts about STIs.

  • Protecting Myself: The Basics on Birth Control Have you sought enthusiastic consent from your partner? Have you talked about birth control & condoms? Our expert sexual health educators are available to answer all your birth control questions.

  • Stand Up Gulf Coast: How to Be an Ally The power is in you to make sure your peers and community are safe. Our expert sexual health educators are empowering teens to be allies where they work, live, and play.

  • Know Your Facts Trivia! Bring your favorite snack, play games, and test your knowledge of sexual health and other hot topics.


My Future, My Way: Goal Setting What’s your future plan? Thinking about what you want in the future makes it easier to make smart decisions today. Teens identify their long-term goals and what impact pregnancy and STIs have on those goals.

Questions? Get in touch!

Call 713.831.6563 or email h[email protected].