Elementary School Puberty Class
We learn and grow throughout our life, and so does our selves as sexual human beings. That is an uncomfortable conversation for many people, but talking about it is the best remedy for confusion, embarrassment, and insecurity. Teaching school-age kids about all the physical, emotional, and social changes of puberty helps them make sense of themselves and the world around them.
High School Health Class
We assume that teens already know how babies are made, so we usually skip that part of the conversation and we jump right into SEX and WHY NOT TO HAVE IT. We are so anxious about unintended negative consequences, that we forget that there is a brand new world out there - one with gamete donation, insemination, IVF and surrogacy thrown into the mix. When teens know all the modern ways we have to reproduce, they can better understand themselves and the world around them.
Elementary School Teacher & Staff Training
Teaching school teachers and staff about puberty and all the ways that humans reproduce enables them to better understand how all kids become kids and how all families come to be. It also gets them thinking and talking about how to ensure that the school environment is welcoming to to all family structures and experiences.
High School Health Teacher Training
There is a whole new reproductive world out there, not typically covered in sexuality health class. Kids and teens read, hear, and see it on the Internet, on social media, and in the news. But modern reproduction isn't just ‘out there' somewhere. It is part of their own lives and the lives of their friends. Knowing how human reproduction really works, enables kids make sense of the world and lets them envision their own positive futures.
Adult Refresher Course
The home is a GREAT place to have conversations about sexuality health. But where to begin, what to say, or how to include all that modern baby-making stuff? Our adult refresher workshops give parents and caregivers information and confidence so that they can be the go-to person for their family. Our curriculum applies to every gender, every sexual orientation, every family and every human. This isn’t your grandmother’s sex ed class!
We love to talk to individuals as much as we love to reach a big audience. Intimate settings are the perfect place to get your questions answered, share your worries, and gain the confidence you need to talk to your family openly and honestly about a sometimes-awkward topic.