High school students in Kansas and California were asked to come up with ways to say no when someone asked them to have sex when they didn’t want to.
Download these topic cards you can use to have meaningful conversations with your youth around sex, sexuality, and relationships.
Axis offers a variety of resources to help educate and empower parents to have meaningful dialogue with youth about sex, sexuality, technology, culture and more. They also offer a free email digest called The Culture Translator to help parents understand what is going on in the world of youth.
A downloadable resource from The Whole Sex Talk parents can revise and use with youth for healthy technology use.
The Developmental Assets® are 40 research-based, positive experiences and qualities that influence young people’s development, helping them become caring, responsible, and productive adults. Over time, studies of more than 5 million young people consistently show that the more assets that young people have, the less likely they are to engage in a wide range of high-risk behaviors and the more likely they are to thrive.
Jackie offers valuable resources, including videos, books, blogs, and multimedia channels, for parents and youth on healthy relationships and sex.
Daybreak Ministries created this brief handout for parents on how to help youth avoid teen pregnancy, monitoring youth, and talking tips for communicating with youth.
A free resource of the US Department of Health & Human Services to help parents educate and talk to youth about sex and healthy relationships.