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SHARE – Sexual Health and Relationships Education

SHARE Comics picFree sexual health and relationship education resources for community organisations in Australia.

SHARE is a set of comics relating to sexual health and healthy relationships, with characters and scenarios reflecting the diversity of Victoria’s population.  The comics are designed to be led by workers who have the opportunity to start sexual health conversations with young people and are accompanied by facilitator’s guides, culturally competent fact sheets and information about relevant services.  Find the resource here.

Tea Consent

Tea Consent by Blue Seat Studios

This is a great You Tube video to engage young people in discussion about consent.

Funny, light and engaging.

Watch it here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Play Safe

safesexHealth, New South Wales, Play Safe, is an online forum for young people seeking advice regarding safe sex.

Looks like a useful site.

 

It covers the follow:

  • Why condoms?
  • Could I have an STI?
  • Where can I get tested?
  • Why get tested?
  • Myth vs Truth
  • Nurse Nettie

Rosie – A website about respect

Rosie the RiveterRosie is a space where young women can connect with the best web resources out there, helping them to navigate life’s tricky situations. Rosie has a range of tips, links and videos all centred around a theme of respect – for body & mind, in relationships, work & study and for the world we live in. Rosie believes girls have the courage and resilience to change our world for the better.

Rosie

Family Planning NSW

FPNSW CorpFamily Planning NSW is a leading provider of reproductive and sexual health services. Experts on contraception, pregnancy options, Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs), sexuality and sexual function, menstruation, menopause, common gynaecological and vaginal problems, cervical screening, breast awareness and men’s sexual health. The Family Planning NSW website  has information on a range of issues in our Factsheets pages.

Family Planning NSW recognises the important role that teachers play in helping their students learn about reproductive and sexual health and has developed a range of programs and resources that support teachers .

Teachers, find more here. read more…

Tune In Not Out (TINO)

Overview – TINO Sex

It seems like everyone talks about sex – friends, TV shows, magazines, movies, family. Sometimes it’s hard to work out what’s true and whats not. Check out this section for everything from FAQ, how to use a condom to STI’s.  Visit the site.

GET A GRIP teenz

Youth Wellbeing Project offers online professional development for middle school staff seeking comprehensive training to address whole-person centred sexuality and relationships education. GET A GRIP teenz is an educational program on self-awareness, smart choices and sexuality, providing engaging resources, parent handbook and interactive student worksheets.

The complete 10 week GET A GRIP teenz program is developed for the classroom or small groups, targeting the 14 – 15 year age group. It may be used in Public and Private High Schools; community education arenas for ‘at risk’ youth; and other community groups.  This program aligns with the learning sequence and general capabilities of the  National Curriculum requirements for the Years 9–10 Health and Physical Education, and provides tools for student assessment.

To find out more about GET A GRIP teenz and Youth Wellbeing Project, please go to http://youthwellbeingproject.com.au/

Youth Wellbeing Project invites you to utilise their new reference tool: Sexually Transmitted Infections: Facts, Prevention, Outcomes.  This clear, informative guide provides an excellent snapshot for current data on STIs, transmission, symptoms, prevention, treatment methods & consequences of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) of health concern in Australia.  It also includes a list of Useful Websites and documents, for easy access to places such as the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System; National Management Guidelines For Sexually Transmissible Infections; and comprehensive lists of Sexual Health Clinics.

 

 

 

Growing & Developing Healthy Relationships (GDHR)

Growing & Developing Healthy Relationships (GDHR) is a well established interactive teacher support website launched by the WA Departments of Health and Education in 2010.  It is supported by the Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia and provides a range of age-appropriate learning activities and advice to assist teachers plan and deliver quality sexual health education programs including:

  • K-10 learning activities menu
  • Online teacher support question box
  • Background information and teaching notes
  • Resources including illustrations, fact sheets, links
  • Multimedia: virtual tour, video clips, and news feed.

www.gdhr.wa.gov.au. read more…

Sexuality and U


sexualilty-and-u2 http://www.sexualityandu.ca is the ultimate Canadian web site committed to providing you accurate, credible and up-to-date information and education on sexual health. An initiative of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, the site’s mandate is to provide guidance and advice to help individuals develop and maintain a healthy sexuality.

This web site is made possible with the guidance and collaboration of a team of distinguished Canadian medical organizations, and is administered by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada.

‘Birth Control Brigade,’

birthcontrolbrigade_eng‘Birth Control Brigade,’ New Contraception-Focused Video Game, Aims To Educate Teens as reported by Huff Post

With various contraceptives on the market, from condoms to rings and patches and pills, men and women have a whole arsenal of ways to prevent unplanned pregnancies.

Dubbed “Birth Control Brigade,” the game challenges players to stop sperm from reaching a waiting ovum (and thereby stave off pregnancy) by selecting from a variety of contraceptives.  Intended to be both fun and educational, it asks players to destroy the “waves of sperm” by selecting birth control defenses at a certain price and placing them strategically in the field of play.

It is available through Sexualityandu.ca

Or by using this link.