Sex Education Parent & Caregiver Resources Providing medically accurate and age appropriate Sex Ed for all adolescents, created by parents, teachers, and medical professionals. Includes sections on talking with kids and youth about sex ed topics, playlists of Amaze videos for parents, and more! Lots of great sex ed videos for youth too!

What’s OK? Free, confidential and anonymous help aimed at youth. What’s OK is a place to talk and ask about healthy and safe sexual behaviors, thoughts and interests or read info on the site about porn, sexual identity, sexual violence, consent, attraction, and more.

You-ology: A Puberty Guide for Everybody From the American Academy of Pediatrics, You-ology embraces an inclusive approach that normalizes puberty for all kids. Fact-based, age-appropriate, and body positive information about the physical, social, and emotional changes ahead for all kids. Purchase the book here.

Talking with Your Teens about Sex From the CDC (Centers for Disease Control & Prevention), this fact sheet has tips to help parents and caregivers have meaningful discussions with their teens about sex, relationships, and the prevention of HIV, STDs/STIs, and pregnancy.

Using Screen Time to Talk with Your Children about Sex and Relationships A guide from Planned Parenthood for parents and caregivers with clear tips, questions, and wording ideas for using TV and other media to start productive, positive conversations about sex and relationships.

The #AskableParent Guide to Porn Melissa Pintor Carnagey, a Sexuality Educator & Founder of Sex-Positive Families, provides friendly, supportive tips for parents and caregivers about how to address porn with young people.

Teaching Young Children About Body Boundaries A 5-minute video about 3 body boundaries with authors of the Kindergarten and 1st grade module of Our Whole Lives Sexuality Education from The Unitarian Universalists Association and United Church of Christ. More Our Whole Lives videos are available for young children here.