The ABCs of Sexuality Education & Autism

Stephanie Mitelman, MA

Accessible Sex Education

Allie Kriofske Mainella, PhD

BDSM 101: What Sexuality Educators Should Know

Wayne Pawlowski, MSW, LICSW

Benefits of professional development for sexuality professional: An educator’s perspective

Tanya M. Bass, MS, MEd, CHES®, CSE

Beyond the Binary: Learning to Teach Gender Inclusive Sex Education

Angel Russell, CSE

Black Women’s Sexuality: Six Practical Steps for Designing a Resilience-Based Curriculum

Ashley Townes, PhD, MPH, Regina Davis Moss, PhD, MPH, MCHES®, & Davondra Brown, MEd, MCHES®

Boldly Go! Sex Ed in the Star Trek Universe

Susan Wright & Bill Taverner, MA, CSE

Celebrating World Sexual Health Day: Including Pleasure in Sex Ed Without Scaring Anyone

Luis Perelman

Developmental Disabilities and sexuality

Katherine McLaughlin

Generation WHY: Exploring Millennial Perceptions of sexual health and the need for better sex ed

Sara Hanafi

How Prevalent is Men’s porn use? and why sexuality educators need to know

Dan Miller, PhD

Leading conversations about sexuality education

Dr. James Wadley

Love Education: What’s sex Got to Do with it?

Robert Selverstone, PhD

Make my Job Obsolete! sex therapy concepts to prevent sexual problems through Education

Dr. Catherine Dukes

pleasure is NOT a dirty word

Laura H. Pace, MS, LMT

puberty education: building the foundation for healthy sexual development

Wendy Sellers, RN, MA, CSE

Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of the Grassroot Project: A Sport-Based Sexual health Program for Urban Middle School Students

Tyler Spencer

Recruiting Youth for Research: The Internet Can Help…To Some extent

Genevieve Martínez-García, PhD

Sex and sexuality in the muslim community

Lena Elkhatib, LMFT, CST

Sex-Positive Teachable Moments in Hip Hop:

“From the 9-9 to 2000s”

Alisha Andrews, MEd and Lolita Smith-Moore, MA

Sex-Talk: Investigating the sexual development and sexual attitudes of african american women

Dr. Chanel Jaali Marshall

Sexual citizenship: tips to help sexuality educators create sexually healthy communities

Ellen Friedrichs, MA

So What is “appropriate”? exploring Sex/Ual/Ity Education services for and with people with developmental disabilities

Richelle Frabotta, MSEd, CSE, CSES

talking about sex, dating, and faith

Charis Davidson, DrPH

talking Vulva: what every sex educator should know

Dorrie Lane

teaching Hip Hop as a sexual risk reduction tool

Kevin Walston

toys, accessories, and beyond! expanding the universe of sex ed

Goody Howard, MSW, MPH

The triangle of sexual health, sexual rights, and sexual pleasure

Antón Castellanos Usigli, MPH

Virtual Theater-Based Sexual Health Intervention

Chiao-Wen Lan, PhD

Wait, emerging adults have motivations against sex?

Kayley McMahon, MS and Dr. Spencer Olmstead

What COVID has taught us about sex ed

Karen Rayne, PhD

You gotta eat the booty like groceries: examining the taboos surrounding sexuality and pleasure in the black community and how sexuality education over the lifespan can improve it!

Christina Wright, MPH