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We launched Sex Ed To-Go six months into the Covid pandemic to support teachers who were looking for high-quality online sex ed content. Since then more than 2,000 educators and 2500 students have signed up to take our courses. 

Reproductive anatomy, pregnancy prevention and sexually transmitted infections: these are the bread and butter of sex education and the three most popular courses on Sex Ed To-Go. They are also three of the best topics for educators to assign to students via Sex Ed To-Go because these topics are solidly fact-based.

We’ve just revised and refreshed these courses to include more quizzes and reflection questions, plus thought-provoking activities, like a birth control “advisor” activity asking students to choose good options for young people in a variety of scenarios. We also have new content about how to start tough but important conversations about birth control with a partner, or disclose an STI. And don’t forget that we have a condom demonstration.

Then sign up for Sex Ed To-Go or send this article to the middle-school and high-school educators in your life!



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