Created by Trans Student Educational Resources, the Gender Unicorn is a graphic that can be used to illustrate one's own gender identity, gender expression, those one is physically and emotionally attracted to, and more. It acknowledges the way in which many of these labels exist on a spectrum rather than a strict binary. The graphic is available as an interactive worksheet … [Read more...] about The Gender Unicorn
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These worksheets — created by the UK-based School of Sexuality Education — are based around TV series and films popular with teens, such as Sex Education and To All the Boys I've Loved Before. They each use moments from these shows and films to address key learning points from the country's relationship and sex education guidelines. … [Read more...] about Teachable Moments Worksheets
Artist and educator Stefanie Grübl has developed a line of flashcards, body diversity illustrations, genital models, and more for use in the teaching of body diversity. … [Read more...] about Vielma
Sex educator Julia Feldman sells vividly colored anatomy posters for the vulva, the ovaries, and the testes. Pretty enough to keep up all the time. … [Read more...] about Anatomy Posters from Giving the Talk
The I Heart Guts! plushies are not only adorable, but they're a great way to teach your kids about their various organs, including the uterus, the prostate, the penis, and more. The website itself even has a "meet the guts" page that allows you to click on a specific organ and learn just a little bit more about it. … [Read more...] about I Heart Guts!
These free printable paper dolls are anatomically correct, allowing you to kick off conversations about genitals, gender diversity, body safety, and more. But for those who'd like even more, you can buy a bulked-up version that also includes over 20 diverse and inclusive costumes, a discussion guide, parent/child activities, and more. … [Read more...] about Paper Dolls from Sex Ed Rescue
These anatomically correct vulva puppets include the outer and inner labia, the clitoral glans, the clitoral legs, the urethra, the vagina, the G-spot, the hymen, and the cervix. They can be used as an educational tool, taking the mystery and shame out of already-existing conversations about women's bodies. Dorrie has been kind enough to offer a 15% discount to Guerrilla Sex Ed … [Read more...] about Dorrie Lane’s Wondrous Vulva Puppet