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 from everyone. Registrants can expect 1 hour of “on-your-own” learning per week in addition to the twice-weekly live sessions.
June 17th – July 15th, 2021
Tues & Thurs | 1 – 230 PM MST
June 18th – July 16th, 2021
Weds & Fri | 10 – 11:30 AM MST
Aug 12th – Sept 9th, 2021
Tues & Thurs | 1 – 230 PM MST
Sept 15th – Oct 13th, 2021
Mon & Weds | 6 – 730 PM MST
Depends on Membership Level
June Webinar: Transgender Inclusivity 101
This webinar will cover topics regarding gender identity: language, pronouns, and the barriers and struggles that transgender people face, including the current climate of hostile legislation toward trans people. It will also include practical tips and knowledge regarding how you can make the spaces you facilitate, be it your home or classroom, spaces in which transgender people are welcomed and included. This is a safe space and there will be time for Q&A, so please come with any questions you have on how to be an ally to trans people.
July Webinar: Bees and Bees/Birds and Birds? Oh my!!! Supporting Parents/Guardians of LGBTQ Youth
As youth serving adults, we strive to support parents and guardians in talking with their youth about sexual health topics. But what happens when parents and guardians are needing to talk about LGBTQ specific sexual health? Research has shown that even the most supportive cisgender, heterosexual parents/guardians struggle with feeling confident in having conversations around safer sex and dating with their LGBTQ youth due to lack of knowledge and comfort. Join us in this webinar as we explore the barriers and skills that cisgender and heterosexual parents/guardians of LGBTQ youth experience when talking about sexual health topics and how we can help break down those barriers.
Native Mama Meetup
Native Mama Meet- up is a self-identified indigenous mothers group that will be meeting once a month to discuss topics related to our health, social issues, and connection to resources. Our group is intended for networking, support, fun learning, and a time to socialize. Our virtual one hour meetings are laid back and children are always welcome!
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.
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 or masculine.