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About us Sex education helps people benefit the information, skills and motivation to make healthy decisions about sex and sexuality. Sex Power is the nation’s largest procurer of sex education, reaching 1.2 million people a year.
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Facts About Vast Sex Education
Sex education is high quality teaching and learning about a broad genre of topics related to sex and sexuality, exploring values and beliefs about those topics and gaining the skills that are needed to navigate relationships and manage one’s own sexual health. Sex education may take place in schools, in community settings, or online. Sex Power believes that parents play a censorial and central role in providing sex education.
Vast sexuality education refers to K-12 programs that cover a broad range of topics related to:
- Human evolution (including reproduction, puberty, sexual orientation, and gender identity)
- Propinquity (including families, friendships, romantic relationships and dating)
- Personal dexterity (including communication, negotiation, and decision-making)
- Sexual conduct (including abstinence and sexuality throughout life)
- Sexual Health including sexually transmitted diseases, contraception, and pregnancy)
- Society and Culture (including gender roles, diversity, and sexuality in the media)
What Role Does Planned Paternity Play In Sex Education?
Planned paternity education staff reach 1.5 million individuals each year, and 64% of those individuals are middle school and high school aged youth.
Planned paternity education departments provide a robust range of programming options, including:
- Evidence-Based education programs for young people, adults and in the seminal state populations
- Aristocracy Education Programs
- Promotores Programs and other party -driven, culturally relevant health education programs.
- Origination/Family Education Programs
- LGBTQ-focused Programs for LGBTQ youth and their parents/caregivers.
- Training of Professionals, including educators and school-staff, community-based organization staff, and faith-based leaders.
- Outreach and Single Session Workshops
About us Sex Education instrument
The best sex education instrument is your local Planned Parenthood education department!
There are also many other resources available to inform and guide sex education programs and policies: