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.
- The importance of sex positive approaches to sexual violence education
- How to incorporate a sex positive approach to sexual violence prevention education
- Skills for balancing discussions about healthy sex and unhealthy sexual violence, including how to guide audience members through these discussions
- Information to create a model program outline appropriate to use with their target audiences
- Andy Peck, "Hope, Sexual Violence, and Reaching the Hearts and Minds of Boys" (references the "plan to end rape")
- "Wasted Sex" Conversation on the Drunk Hook-up Outline
- Life Behaviors of a Sexually Healthy Adult (SIECUS)
- Our Whole Lives, distributed by Unitarian Universalist Association. Curricula divided by grade/age groups (K- Young Adult).
- Sexuality Education for Adults with Developmental Disabilities, distributed by Planned Parenthood of Northern New England. Contains manual, curriculum and pre/post tests.