A WA Department of Health booklet developed to support parents to initiate regular and relaxed conversations with their children about relationships and sexuality. Age and stage appropriate information for parents with children birth to teens. First published 2011, updated in 2019.
Topics: sex education, puberty, reproduction, gender diversity, sexual diversity, contraception, romantic relationships, intimate relationships, bodies, consent, pornography, sex education.
Age appropriate answers to all of the tough questions children ask parents about sex. Set out in ages 3 - 14.
Age: Parents and teachers of 3 to 14 year olds
Top 20 tips for talking to kids about relationships and sexuality and the top 10 reasons why we must talk soon and often. An A4 flyer that outlines the tips included in the Talk soon. Talk often book on page 10-11 and 76-77.
Provides reproductive and sexual health services throughout Queensland. Includes a section specific to schools and teachers.
3min 20 sec animation outlining what an STI is, possible symptoms, prevention and treatment.
Topics: puberty, alcohol and drugs, bullying, sex, friendships, romantic relationships, body image.
Too much too soon. how our kids are overstimulated, oversold and oversexed. Over two years Maggie Hamilton interviewed girls, teachers, school counsellors, psychologists and law enforcement and medical personnel to get an insider's view on what girls are experiencing at present, from birth to the teenage years.
Age: Parents and teachers
A WA Department of Health resource to help parents and carers of young Aboriginal people yarn about strong, safe and healthy relationships. Age and stage appropriate information for parents of children birth to teens.
Resource developed for Aboriginal communities with animations and videos of young Aboriginal people yarning about topics such as: getting a check up; STIs; syphilis; HIV; PrEP; testing; etc.
A UK report that examines how young people can be educated about sex and relationships in this age of digital, mobile communications .
The Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia's (YACWA) YEP Crew support and educate young people in relationships, sexual health and blood-borne virus issues. They run a variety of interactive workshops for young people that run from 45 min to 1.5 hours and are led by peer educators. Topics include: respectful relationships and consent; STIs and BBVs; contraception; gender and sexuality; the technosexual world; sex and the law.
Youth Empowerment Against HIV/AIDS (YEAH) is Australia's largest online and face-to-face engagement connecting young people with sexual health information and supporting young people to take control of their sexual health through participation and leaderships. YEAH deliver peer led workshops/events, train young people to be peer educators and distribute free safe sex kits.