Sex Education

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Original outline from Sex Ed Library

Discussion about the mechanism of sexuality can be a taboo for a conservative environment. However, many parents and teenagers are not ready to discuss openly their private parts and fast physiological and psychological changes during their puberty. This document should introduce the mechanism of biological change and safe practice for our readers in case you are not ready to have close people to share the news.

Human Development

  • Reproduction and Sexual Anatomy
  • Puberty
  • Reproduction
  • Body Image
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Gender Identity


  • Families
  • Friendship
  • Love
  • Romantic Relationships and Dating
  • Marriage and Lifetime Commitments
  • Raising Children

Personal Skills

  • Values
  • Decision Making
  • Communication
  • Assertiveness
  • Negotiation
  • Looking for Help

Sexual Behavior

  • Sexuality Throughout Life
  • Masturbation
  • Shared Sexual Behavior
  • Sexual Abstinence
  • Human Sexual Response
  • Sexual Fantasy
  • Sexual Dysfunction

Sexual Health

  • Reproductive Health
  • Contraception
  • Pregnancy and Prenatal Care
  • Abortion
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • HIV and AIDS
  • Sexual Abuse, Assault, Violence, and Harassment

Society and Culture

  • Sexuality and Society
  • Gender Roles
  • Sexuality and the Law
  • Sexuality and Religion
  • Diversity
  • Sexuality and the Media
  • Sexuality and the Arts

Other Resources

  • Entire Curricula
  • Lessons for Parents
  • Curricula Bibliography
  • General Teaching Strategies