Tag Archives: Sex Ed

Ejaculate Responsibly: A Whole New Way to Think About Abortion (HS Only) (Amy)

Note: This class is open to high school students only.

This course will focus on reading and discussing the book “Ejaculate Responsibly: A Whole New Way to Think About Abortion” by Gabrielle Blair.

In our current reality of abortion restrictions in many US states, this text offers us a new way to think about the responsibility of pregnancy prevention.

While the book is generally binary in its discussion of reproduction (“men” and “women”), we will take a more expanded and inclusive approach of considering those with the ability to produce sperm and those with the ability to produce eggs.

Some reflective writing will be included in this course, as well as a project that will serve to summarize and share your learning.

Required texts/materials: https://a.co/d/cIaYiED The instructor will procure the texts/materials.

MS Sexual Health (Year-long) (Amy)

Note: This class is open to middle school students only.

Last term we covered communication, consent, and what it means to have healthy vs. unhealthy relationships.  This term will be more focused on bodies, gender, and sexual orientation.

We will continue to learn through reading, videos, and conversation!

HS Sexual Health (Year-long) (Amy)

Note: This class is open to high school students only.

Last term we did some deep dives into communication, consent, red-flags and green-flags in relationships, and how the media influences our beliefs about relationships.

This term we will begin to focus more heavily on gender, sexual orientation, and what sex means to us.