Unique Sexuality Education wants to talk to you about sex.
Unique Sexuality Education provides sexuality education in primary and secondary schools in Victoria. We are looking for emerging writers to write for our blog. Personal stories or factual articles are both welcome. Your audience will be mostly parents and teachers. We do not accept erotica. Read More
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In any one class there will be as many unique sets of values as there are individuals. Unique Sexuality Education sees its role as one where accurate information is provided and students are directed to family or caregivers in order to receive guidance. Read More
Approximately 10% of the population is same-sex attracted, gender diverse or intersex. Students in any one class may be heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, transgender, genderqueer, intersex or one of many other sex, gender or sexuality minorities. Or the students may have parents, family friends or other relatives who belong to a sexuality, sex or gender minority. Read More
Discussing sex, sexuality and relationships can be an intensely personal experience. While most students quickly feel comfortable, it is essential to ensure that all students feel safe and comfortable before the lessons commence. All programs begin with a discussion about what constitutes a safe space (physical environment, the presence of trusted adults, a commitment to respectful communication as stipulated by the students, an understanding of how content will be delivered etc) and the role each person plays in ensuring that happens. Read More