Healthy Sexuality

External Website

The Leeds, Grenville, & Lanmark District Health Unit created a health-based curriculum for children that emphasize healthy sexuality education as an important aspect of child sexual abuse prevention. Each unit teaches and reinforces 2 to 4 simple, age-appropriate messages via a circle time, a song, a book, and an activity or craft.

Six-unit curriculum:

  1. bodies,
  2. babies,
  3. feelings,
  4. touching,
  5. bedtime, and
  6. secrets/…
CSA Prevention, Curriculums, Healthy Sexuality
WCSAP Webpage
September, 2016

We can deliver our prevention messages about healthy sexuality to many audiences but one of the most common is to youth in schools. When taking this approach there are a few things to consider — What guidelines are out there to guide the work? How do we get buy-in from schools? What tools will you use?

The Healthy Youth Act

In Washington State we are fortunate to have a few tricks up our sleeves when it comes to promoting healthy sexuality. Public schools that choose to…

Healthy Sexuality, Schools & Campus
March, 2014

In this discussion and activity guide, we examine the mainstream film "Don Jon." This popular film addresses several of the root causes of sexual violence and can be used as a fun and engaging tool when working with youth.

Included in this guide you will find:

  • Notes to facilitators
  • Summary of the film
  • Tips for framing the discussion
  • Key points to highlight
  • Discussion questions
  • Interactive activities…
Guides & Activities, Healthy Sexuality, Media Literacy & Technology
External Website

Art-based primary prevention program (unCurriculum) created by the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance. Addresses youth violence, dating and sexual violence, sexual harassment, and bullying by confronting its root causes and enhancing protective factors to promote positive development and healthy relationships.

Curriculums, Healthy Relationships, Healthy Sexuality
Approaching Sexual Violence Prevention From a Sex Positive Framework
June, 2010

This webinar will incorporate the positive aspects of sexuality education into a sexual violence prevention framework. If we’re working to prevent rape and other forms of sexual violence, we must simultaneously promote healthy sexual interactions. This webinar will address a sex-positive approach to violence prevention, provide a model workshop outline, and explore the challenges of this approach.

Healthy Sexuality
WCSAP Webpage
January, 2014

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month. Tweens, teens, and young adults engage in relationships — these can be simple or complex, fulfilling or frustrating, and sometimes dangerous. When working to promote healthy, positive relationships for youth we must create strategies that address physical, emotional, sexual, and digital forms of abuse.

Many preventionists are already doing great social change work in schools. We can amplify our prevention impact by…

Awareness Raising, Healthy Relationships, Healthy Sexuality, Media Literacy & Technology
January, 2010

SafePlace is the primary provider of comprehensive domestic violence and sexual prevention, intervention, education and advocacy services in Austin, Texas.

  1. Prevention in Teen Dating
  2. Promoting healthy relationships
  • Author: Barbara Ball, PhD
  • Publisher: Ginny's Printing in, 2010.
CSA Prevention, Healthy Relationships, Healthy Sexuality
Family Life and Sexual Health (2009-2016)
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The King County Public Health Department created this comprehensive sexuality education and violence prevention curriculum. Students are exposed to developmentally appropriate and medically accurate information.


  • healthy sexuality,
  • body image,
  • gender role norms,
  • media literacy,
  • communication,
  • LGBTQ youth experiences,
  • self-esteem,
  • decision-making, and
  • healthy relationships.
Curriculums, Healthy Relationships, Healthy Sexuality
Family Life and Sexual Health (2006-2013)
External Website

This edition of King County Public Health Department’s FLASH Curriculum contains 28 lessons for special needs classrooms in middle and high schools.

Topics include:

  • self-esteem,
  • gender identity,
  • assertiveness,
  • relationships,
  • understanding the body,
  • consent, and
  • reproduction.
Curriculums, Disability, Healthy Relationships, Healthy Sexuality
January, 1988

Seattle Rape Relief donation. Andrea Dworkin analyzes the institution of sexual intercourse and how that institution, as defined and controlled by patriarchy, has proven to be enslavement of women.

  1. Feminism
  2. Oppression
  • Author: Dworkin, Dr. Andrea
  • Publisher: The Free Press, 1988
Anti-Oppression, Healthy Relationships, Healthy Sexuality, Theory & Concepts

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