The ABCs of Sexuality Education & Autism

Stephanie Mitelman, MA

Accessible Sex Education

Allie Kriofske Mainella, PhD

A history of Sex education in the united states

Dr. Beth D. Williams-Breault

Dealing With Disclosure

Hazel Katherine Larkin

Developmental Disabilities and sexuality

Katherine McLaughlin

Diabetes in the Bedroom

Janis Roszler, PhD, LMFT, CDCES 

Enriching Social-Emotional Relationships through Psychosexual Education

Suzanne Richard, PhD

Exploring Ways to Teach about Abortion

Jean Levitan

Getting into the Best Mental and Emotional Place to Make the Healthiest Choices Regarding Sex

Ray Mathis

Going Around in CIRCLES®

Social Boundaries, Down Syndrome, & Sexuality Education

Dr. Brooke Faught and Leslie Walker-Hirsch, IMEd, FAAID

Helping Doctors and Other Healthcare Providers Talk about Sex

Remi Newman, MA

Making Sexual Health Education Accessible to People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Elizabeth K. Schmidt, PhD, OTR/L

One Size Does Not Fit All

Adapting Sex Ed for People with Intellectual and developmental Disabilities

Sarah Dahlston

pleasure is NOT a dirty word

Laura H. Pace, MS, LMT

Reclaiming the sexuality of pregnancy, birth, and postpartum

Dr. Mary Jo Podgurski

Reproductive and Sexual Coercion as Intimate Partner Violence

Ceara Corry

Sexuality Education & lGBTQ Bullying in Conservative Districts

Steven Hobaica & Shari Reiter

Sexuality Education Training for Parents of Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Deborah L. Rooks-Ellis, PhD & Nicole Achey, PhD, CRC

Sexuality, Menopause, and Hormone Replacement Therapy

Gretchen Frey, MD, FACOG

Sexual Health Is Public Health:
The Deconstruction of Sex-Negative Public Health Practices

Alicia Andrews

So What is “appropriate”?

exploring Sex/Ual/Ity Education services for and with people with developmental disabilities

Richelle Frabotta, MSEd, CSE, CSES

STI Health Disparities in the LGBTQIA+ Community

Why they Exist and How to Address them

Sadia Arshad

Supporting Healthy Sexuality

for LGBTQ+ People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Pauline Bosma & Oscar E. Hughes, MEd