Answer: Sex Ed, Honestly

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Answer provides honest, accurate answers about sex in response to the many questions teens and adult professionals have about this complex topic. Answer has provided high-quality training to teachers and other youth-serving professionals. Answer also uses peer-to-peer communication to offer sexuality education directly to teens through the teen-written Sex, Etc. magazine and website.

To find out more about Answer, click here. 

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The Date Safe Project

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The Date Safe Project educates students and members of the military on intimacy, consent, dating, sex, and respect. Students will learn what consent is and how to respect boundaries, make healthy sexual decisions, and ensure that sexual behaviors are consensual. They also learn about how to support and honor survivors of sexual assault and rape.

The Date Safe project offers certification for parents, speakers, and educators to learn how to present effective programming in their communities and to make full use of their online resources and education materials.

For further information about the Date Safe Project, visit their webpage.

Web Sexual Health Resources You Can Use (2008)

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This handy PDF, “Web Sexual Health Resources You Can Use,” was compiled by Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health (ICAH) and contains websites and resources in order to allow you to learn more about science-based programs, lesson plans and teaching strategies, training and curriculum development, research and youth health statistics, and services.

See below for a brief list of the resources.  Links have also been updated (Jan 2014).

Science-Based Programs

Free Lesson Plans and Teaching Strategies

Training and Curriculum Development

Research and Youth Health Statistics

Services

Link to PDF of “Web Sexual Health Resources You Can Use”