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What We Teach

Our sex education topics may be taught by themselves or as part of a series. You can find our full list of topics below. Our programs can be tailored toward any age group, demographic, content needs and anything else you or your group may want or require.

Anatomy and Physiology

  • Language of Sexuality
  • "Male" and "Female" Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
  • Menstrual Cycle
  • Pregnancy
  • Reproduction Myths and Facts

Body Image

  • Media Influence
  • Person-in-environment Perspective; Influences on Self-Images
  • Self-care and Self-love
  • Empowerment
  • Recommended as part of a series


  • Styles
  • Elements
  • Improvisations

Consent and Sexual Assault

  • Meaningful Consent
  • Rape and Assault
  • Communication
  • Coping and Response

Contraceptive Methods

  • Facts, attitudes and decisions about contraceptives, including abstinence
  • Decision about sexual activity, including abstinence

Healthy Relationships

  • Characteristics of Healthy Relationships
  • Warnings Signs of Abusive Relationships
  • Relationship Evaluation
  • Dating Violence and Sexual Offenses
  • Coping with Assault

Media Literacy

  • Impact of media on sexuality, identity, relationships, gender roles
  • Role of media in sexuality education and personal development

Puberty and Hygiene

  • Puberty Changes & Coping Strategies
  • Attitudes Toward Puberty
  • Decisions About Relationships
  • Decisions About Hygiene

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identities

  • Sex, Gender, and Sexual Orientation
  • Recommended as part of a series

Sexual Responsibility

  • Abstinence and Safer Sex
  • Protection from Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Prevention of Unintended Pregnancy

Sexual Self-Advocacy

  • Life and Reproductive Planning
  • Identifying Desires
  • Considering Personal Objectives for Current and Future Relationships
  • Obtaining Needed Testing and Safer Sex Tools

Sexually Transmitted Infections

  • Facts, feelings and attitudes about sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV/AIDS