As some students return to campus, here are four ways to think about sexual health in the age of COVID-19.
Better Sex Ed: Your Sexual Health Questions, Answered
Whether you’re homeschooling your kids and need some sex education resources, or are looking for new ways to connect with your partner/s—or yourself—while practicing physical distancing, here are some of the best sex ed stories from our archives to get you through this uncertain time.
It is not enough to say that we advocate for “culturally responsive” sex ed. We have to show that our sex education is as honest about racism as it is on any other topic.
We need to teach young people of all genders about abortion. Here are three ways teachers, parents, and health-care providers can do that.
If you’re feeling uncertain, this guide will help you decide if sending nudes is right for you.
More Sex Education
If you wait around to have a single, awkward “sex talk” with your kids as they’re approaching their late teens, you’ve waited too long.
The standards could have a strong influence on textbook content across the United States.
As with sex, the degree that these protest tips apply to you will vary based on who you are, what you’re doing, and the context you’re in.
For transgender and nonbinary people, a gender-affirming doctor—a patient-centered provider who is aware, sensitive, and educated on the needs of the transgender community—can be crucial to our survival.
Sex education should give students the tools to take ownership of their lives and bodies so that they can feel empowered. And that includes LGBTQ students.
Sex ed is too often not culturally competent for people of color, as it's tailored for white culture. That needs to change.
“Curiosity is a normal and great thing,” said sex educator Melissa Pintor Carnagey, “and through curiosity is an opportunity to learn and connect.”
Every sex act—including masturbation—is just an option on a vast and varied sexual menu, and it’s OK to pass on any of them.
Positive human connection has a big influence on our mental health, but what does that look like when we can’t get together with the people we care about?
If you’re spending some extra time "doing you" during quarantine, this could be the perfect time to add a new sex toy to your sexual toolbox.