Coercion is Not Consent: Working with Youth on Advocacy Skills

We know that teaching about consent is an essential part of teaching sexual health to folks. It’s important to consider what consent may look like in reality for some youth when they are in a medical setting, discussing sexual health options with a provider. This webinar will explore the topic of coercion in sexual health … Continued

Promotores de Salud: Pláticas

Este registro es para la plática del mes. Este mes hablaremos sobre del VIH. WHEN: 24 de agusto 6PM PT / 7PM MT WHERE: Virtual AUDIENCE: Adultos (18+) que comprenden y / o hablan Español COST: Gratis ¡Haga clic aqui para registrarse!

Start the Year with Sex Ed

The beginning of the school year offers us opportunities to create a classroom culture that aligns with what we will teach in sex education in the spring. This webinar will highlight practical strategies you can use to help align your everyday classroom culture with our approach to sex ed - inclusivity, trauma sensitivity, healthy boundaries, … Continued

V-SHEP 1.0

V-SHEP 1.0 The first in a series of courses developed by sex educators at the Responsible Sex Education Institute, the Virtual Sexual Health Educator Program 1.0 takes our most popular live lessons and transforms them into a 4 or 5-week virtual course. Each cohort is limited to 15 participants to ensure that we can hear … Continued

B.U.D. Night

B.U.D. Night B.U.D. (Brother, Uncle, Dad) is our Native self-identified men's group that will be meeting up once a month to discuss topics such as sexual and reproductive health, relationship building, political movements and issues affecting Native men. This event is for 18+ and is open to all people who identify as an Indigenous man … Continued

Auntie Night

Auntie Night Auntie Circle is our Native self-identified women's group that will be meeting up once a month to discuss topics such as sexual and reproductive health, relationship building, political movements and issues affecting Native women. This event is 18+ and is open to all people who identify as an Indigenous woman and/or femme. WHEN: … Continued