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Community Education

Sex ed is power!

We offer interactive, medically-accurate, age-appropriate, and affordable education workshops tailored to your goals. Our team of educators provide the skills, resources, and support everyone deserves to make well-informed decisions about their sexuality and sexual health. 

Programming can be delivered in-person or virtually to your group or organization.

Workshops are available in a variety of settings, including: 

  • Schools

  • Colleges and universities  

  • Community-based and religious organizations

  • Agencies and organizations serving individuals with special needs

  • Group homes

  • Juvenile detention centers and adult correctional facilities

  • Addiction and mental health programs

  • Private homes

Commonly covered topics include: 

Real Life. Real Talk.®

We believe that parents and caregivers should be the primary sexuality educators of their children. We know “the talk” can seem scary — but we’re here to set you up for success!  Real Life. Real Talk.® is a 90-minute parent/child communication program that will help caregivers build skills to feel comfortable talking about sex with their children.

Programs are held in community spaces as well as hosted in private homes. Email us to set up a Real Life. Real Talk.® session in your community.

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