Last May, a group of national sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice organizations launched the first-ever Sex Ed for All Month. And from that May forward, we voiced a collective commitment to observe the month annually as we work toward a world where all young people — no matter where they live, or how they identify — receive the high-quality, evidence-based sex education they deserve.
And we’re back at it again this year.
All means everybody, and we’re working to ensure everyone gets the sex education they need, no matter how far the social distance. From youth-led sex ed for young people by young people; to resources for teachers who have shifted to remote learning; to discussion guides for parents, we’re sharing it all. And we’re keeping up the pressure on policymakers, too, so that now and in the future, all young people have what they need to stay safe and protect their futures.