May is Sex Ed For All and Talking is Power Month! ACAP is joining a group of national sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice organizations to voice our collective commitment to work toward a world where all young people — no matter where they live, or how they identify — receive the high-quality, evidence-based sex education they deserve. In these challenging times of COVID-19 our campaign will focus on digital action steps, encouraging open and honest conversations about sex—as families spend time together at home.
Sex Education at Home
Check out these resources compiled by SIECUS: Sex Ed For Social Change for a one-stop shop to help bring sex education into your home.
Starting conversations about consensual sex and effective birth control has the power to change EVERYTHING. These tips from Power to Decide will help you continue being a champion to the young people in your life.
#SexEdForAll Video Challenge
To participate in the #SexEdForAll Video Challenge: 👇👇👇
1️⃣ - Film yourself sharing why you’re celebrating Sex Ed For All Month in 60 seconds or less
2️⃣ - Share it on social media with the hashtags #SexEdForAll #ACAP #SIECUS
3️⃣ - Tag three friends and dare them to do the same
For inspiration, check out this video from SIECUS and see why others are celebrating #SexEdForAll this month!
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