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Where Babies Comes From - Shock and Awe!

"How did Aunt Alice have her baby?" Great question! Prepare to have a good laugh watching these parents talk to their young children about how to answer this age-old question. 

Remember that we’re all in this together while learning how to be the primary sexuality educators of our children. And, while it’s not always easy to have ongoing conversations about sex and sexuality topics, the “shock and awe” of it can be very entertaining!

Want some help answering the tough questions? Check out some of our upcoming training opportunities such as the Sexuality Education Certification Series listed below.

Be a Home Talk Host

We invite you to host a Home Talk for your friends to help them be the primary sexuality educators of their children. We offer interactive presentations appropriate for parents with kids who are early childhood/early elementary, middle school, or high school. Our experienced parent educators are available during day time or evening hours to present in your home. Each presentation lasts about 1 ½ hours. We provide hosts with a flyer to promote the event and each guest receives a complimentary book and resource packet. Contact us at [email protected] or 617-616-1658 to schedule a Home Talk!

Better When Shared

We appreciate you receiving and reading The Parent Buzz eNewsletter! Please share this resource with your friends, family, co-workers, neighbors… or anyone you think may find it useful and interesting. Thanks so much for helping us support more caring adults in talking with youth about sex and sexuality topics.

Wonderful Book for Young Kids

Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress by Christine Baldaccino, May, 2014, Groundwood Books. This is the story of a sweet but misunderstood little boy derided and ostracized by his classmates because he loves wearing the tangerine dress in his classroom’s dress-up center.

Sexuality Education Certification Series

SECS is our most popular training opportunity for foundational information about sexuality education. SECS is designed for educators, youth-serving professional, and individuals interested in entering sexuality education who are seeking a basic foundation of knowledge in sexuality and sexual health information that they can share with their populations. Participants receive up-to-date information about protection methods, anatomy, puberty, sexual and gender identity, communication, and sexually transmitted infections; they also develop the knowledge, skills, and practice needed to deliver information and answer questions related to sexuality. Each session of this lively, interactive, 3-day seminar combines discussion and hands-on practical experience in specific subject areas.

At the conclusion of the seminar, participants of this course are able to:

  • Discuss key sexual health topics.
  • Utilize interactive lessons for a variety of topics in sexuality education.
  • Implement teaching strategies that address diverse learning styles and experiences.
  • Answer questions related to sexuality in a non-judgmental, inclusive, and comprehensive manner.
  • List 3 vetted resources for information on sexual health topics.
  • Identify key elements of effective sexuality education.
  • Define harm reduction theory as it relates to imparting information related to sexuality education.
  • Describe the role of facts versus values, attitudes, and beliefs in teaching and learning about sexuality.

A certificate of participation is given upon successful completion and evaluation of the three day seminar. This training does not certify participants as sexuality educators, though some professional development and continuing education credits are available.


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