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About Sexuality Education

Education for healthy sexuality is a lifelong process for people of all ages. To promote that learning, we conduct workshops and trainings in a variety of settings for youth, adults, educators, and parents. 

About Sexuality Education

Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan New Jersey’s Education Department provides a wide variety of sexuality education programs to all populations including youth, parents/guardians, educators, adults, and populations with physical and cognitive disabilities. Our interactive workshops, presentations, and trainings on sexuality education topics can be delivered in a variety of classroom and community settings.

Education is the Best Prevention

Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan New Jersey’s Education Department is a resource for youth, parents/guardians, adults, and professionals.

Our educational services include:

  • Workshops on an individual or series basis
  • Speaking engagements, presentations, and event tabling
  • Retreats and conferences
  • Professional development and trainings
  • Educational resources

Comprehensive Sexuality Education: Our Approach

PPMNJ’s approach to sex education is more than just lecturing about anatomy, birth control, and STI prevention. Sex is about things people can do. Sexuality is part of who you are. Comprehensive sexuality education is a medically accurate curriculum that provides positive messages around sex and sexuality as natural, normal, healthy parts of life.

We create educational experiences that help our audiences develop relationship and communication skills to help them explore their own values, goals and options around sex and their sexuality.

Our educators can deliver interactive workshops on a variety of sexuality topics including:

  • Birth Control and Abstinence
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Puberty
  • Accessing Reproductive and Sexual Healthcare
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Relationships and Dating Violence
  • Gender, Sex, Orientation, and Identity
  • Pregnancy Options

Interested in an education service?

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