Helpful Links & Resources

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Sex & History

Sex and History Introductory Resource

Downloadable Lesson Resources: This resource demonstrates the Sex and History methodology of using images of historical objects as an effective way of tackling those tricky subjects outside of the biology of sex, such as body-image, gender roles, consent and the impact of pornography on ideas of healthy relationships.

Sex & U

Sex & U website - your trusted resource for sexual and reproductive health. Developed for young people by "The Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada".

Sex & U Homepage

Sex: The Sex Talk

Pretty much everything you need to know about sex in 6 minutes. Helpful for teen education.

Sexualisation: Sext Up Kids

This is a re- edited version of Doc Zone's documentary called Sext up Kids: How living in a Hypersexualized Culture can hurt our kids. It is re-edited so that it can be used in high schools (or possibly middle schools) as a tool to talk about the media's influence on sexual behaviour in teens and some consequences of sexting or sending inappropriate pics.

Sexuality Education

Sexuality Education | Al Vernacchio

Sexuality: Declaration of Sexual Rights

World Association for Sexual Health: Declaration of Sexual Rights 2014.

Sexuality: Human Sexuality is Complicated

Hank takes on a topic he's been afraid to cover for a while now. How should we talk about sexuality, what is the difference between sex and gender...and between sexual orientation and sexual behavior. 

Sexually Transmitted Infections

STI Education Project - a FREE online learning program funded by the Department of Health Western Australia with the primary aim of increasing the knowledge and skills in managing sexually transmitted infections through the education of medical practitioners, nurses and other professionals

National Youth Information Framework (NYIF) covers 5 key areas (or tiers), with a total of 38 indicators across 16 sub-domains in this 2015 release. Statistics for Sexually Transmitted Infections for Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and Syphilis, showing rates from 2005 - 2013. 

Provided by the Centers for Disease Control, the 2015 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment Guidelines also provides prevention guidance.