Special Topics - Sexuality
BOOKS, VIDEOS & DVDS IN ACTIV LIBRARY - A SELECTION
Autism - Asperger's & sexuality: puberty and beyond / Newport, Jerry; Newport, Mary. -- Arlington, Tex.: Future Horizons, Inc. 2002. 168p.; 37p.
The authors are a couple diagnosed with Asperger syndrome as adults. They share their first hand knowledge of the challenges of puberty for an individual with Autism or Asperger Syndrome. Both social and sexual relationships are covered in some detail and the authors take it in turns to offer gender related advice to the reader.
SC/AUT NEW [P05992
Being a healthy woman : an educational resource for women with intellectual disability, their families, health care providers, carers and support workers / Berry, Alexis; Chivers, Jane. -- North Sydney: NSW Department of Health, 2010. 94 p. ; 30 cm.
This resource is to help women with intellectual disability learn more about their health. It can be used as an educational resource to get help from a support person or family member to read it. It is also good for teaching groups and any of the pages can be copied for teaching about health. There are sixteen topics which are about teenage girls, women and older women and cover being healthy and happy, healthy eating, feeling sad and happy, puberty, periods, growing up, close relationships and sex, safer sex, deciding to become a parent, being pregnant, having a pap test, breast health, menopause, getting older, and grief and loss.
CC 613.0424 BEI [P13391;P13392]
Boy's guide to growing up : choices and changes during puberty / Couwenhoven, Terri. -- Bethesda, Md: Woodbine House, 2012. viii, 64 p. ; 23 cm.
This book is specifically designed to help boys with developmental disabilities understand what to expect during puberty. It aims to help a boy understand what body changes to expect and how to handle them. It also explains social rules for keeping their body clean and safe.
CC 612.6071 COU [P14750;P15162]
Everyone's got a bottom / Rowley, Tess. -- Fortitude Valley, Qld: Family Planning Queensland, 2007. 31 p.
This is a book written for children and to be used as a tool for parents and carers to open a conversation with children about self protection in a fun and positive manner. It is aimed at helping children develop safety skills and self protection strategies regarding feelings,bodies and privacy, types of touch, rules about touch, not keeping secrets and talking together.
CC 612.6071 ROW [P12249]
Feel safe : promoting self protection for young people / FAMILY PLANNING QUEENSLAND. -- [Brisbane?]: Family Planning Queensland, 2002. 1 CD-ROM
An interactive program that teaches young people, with learning needs, between the ages of twelve and sixteen how to protect themselves against unwanted touch. There are nine fun games following the lives of six young people. Also included are facilitator notes.
CC 612.6071 FAM [P10573]
Friendships and dating : information about relationships for parents, carers and young people with a disability. / SHINE SA. -- [Adelaide]: SHine SA, 2009. 1 DVD + 1 Booklet (23 p.)
This DVD has been developed as a guide to help parents and carers start talking to their child about relationships, sexual health and personal safety. It provides information on meeting and making friends, relationships and dating, safer sex and rules in relationships, and contraception. There is also an accompanying booklet which can be used with it.
CC 612.6071 FRI [P13532]
Girl's guide to growing up : choices & changes in the tween years / Couwenhoven, Terri. -- Bethesda, Md: Woodbine House, 2011. 60 p. ; 23 cm.
This is aimed at girls aged 8 to 14 and covers puberty, changes with puberty, periods, caring for your body, keeping yourself safe, and issues around touching and public/private information. It is suitable for girls with an intellectual disability.
CC 613.0424 COU [P14744;P15163]
The growing up book for boys : what boys on the autism spectrum need to know! / Hartman, Davida. -- London;Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley, 2015. 67 p. ; 23 cm.
This book tells boys all they need to know about puberty and adolescence. It explains the facts and gives tips about body changes such as growing hair, shaving, wet dreams, what makes a real friend and keeping spots away.
CC 612.6071 HAR [P15693]
The growing up guide for girls : what girls on the autism spectrum need to know! / Hartman, Davida. -- London;Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley, 2015. 68 p. ; 23 cm.
This book tells girls all they need to know about puberty and adolescence. It explains the facts and gives helpful hints about body changes, periods, wearing a bra and what it means to have a crush on someone.
CC 612.6071 HAR [P15694]
Hug me, touch me / Hollins, Sheila; Roth, Terry. -- Lond: St George's Mental Health Library, 1994. 1v. (unpaged)
Janet wants someone to hug her but always picks the wrong person. This book tells how she learns when she can and can't hug and touch people. The story is told in pictures alone to allow for individual interpretation. A suggested text is included at the end of the book. It is now also available online at http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/publications/booksbeyondwords/bbwonlineversions/hugmetouchme/frontcover.aspx.
CC 375.4 HOL [P05165;P09795]
I'm growing up : relationship and sexuality education for young people with autism spectrum disorders / Johns, Rebecca. -- Braamfontein: Autism South Africa, 2001. vii, 57 p. ; 30 cm.
This booklet aims to help parents,carers and educators support children and young people with autism spectrum disorders through the social, physical and emotional changes of puberty and adolescence. It is primarily aimed at children and young people with ASD and therefore focuses on the foundation work necessary to teach sexuality from an early age.
SC/AUT JOH [P13124]
Is this normal? Understanding your child's sexual behaviour / Brennan, Holly; Graham, Judy. -- Fortitude Valley, Qld: Family Planning Queensland, 2012. 45 p. ; 23 cm.
Parents may feel overwhelmed as the struggle to understand the sexual behaviours and feelings of their children. This book provides an accessible and clearly written resource for parents to make sense of the behaviours, and support their child with greater knowledge. It provides parents and carers with an explanation of the Traffic Lights framework for understanding and responding to children's sexual behaviours; stories about situations where action might be needed; tools to support communication with children about sexuality and relationships; what to do when a child's behaviour is not appropriate for their age; and suggestions for how to get support.
CC 612.6 BRE [P14858]
It's not the stork! : a book about girls, boys, babies, bodies, families and friends / Harris, Robie H.; Emberley, Michael. -- Somerville, Mass.: Candlewick Press, 2008. 59 p. ; 29 cm.
Designed to answer a young child's questions about their bodies, where they came from, and what makes them a boy or a girl, this delightfully illustrated book provides age appropriate responses to these questions and more. Aimed at ages 4 years and up.
CC 612.607 HAR [P15811]
It's perfectly normal : changing bodies, growing up, sex and sexual health / Harris, Robie H.; Emberley, Michael. -- Somerville, Mass.: Candlewick Press, 2014. 98 p. ; 26 cm.
Provides in depth information about growing up, changing bodies and puberty, sex and sexual health, reproduction, birth control, pregnancy, birth, families, babies, the internet, and sexual abuse. Aimed at older children, teenagers and young adults, this book has detailed text and illustrations with comic style captions.
CC 612.607 HAR [P15808]
It's so amazing! : a book about eggs, sperm, birth, babies and families / Harris, Robie H.; Emberley, Michael. -- Somerville, Mass.: Candlewick Press, 2014. 82 p. ; 30 cm.
Using cartoon characters and comic style format, this book provides straightforward explanations of topics related to sexual development, growing up, love, reproduction, pregnancy, families, protective behaviours and more. Aimed at ages 7 years and up.
CC 612.607 HAR [P15812]
Jason's private world -- [London?]: Life Support Productions, 2002. 1 videocassette or DVD ( 18 min. ) + teachers notes
An animated video for use by men and boys with an intellectual disability in conjunction with their carers. It discusses aspects of growing up as a man, puberty and personal hygiene. The video goes on to discuss relationships, love and sexual interactions. The information is clearly explained and there is accompanying notes. It should be noted that some of the material is of a sexually explicit nature and should be used with care.
CC 612.6071 JAS [P10548;P12457]
Keeping healthy down below / Downer, Jackie; Hollins, Sheila; Webb, Beth Ill. -- London: Gaskell Press, 2000. 53 p. : col. ill.
This book pictorially presents the story of Carol who undertakes a smear test. It is designed to prepare women with intellectual disabilities for cervical screening, and, with the assistance of supporters, to help them understand other issues relating to sexual activities. The story and additional information is divided into sections for easy reference.
CC 613.0424 HOL [P09348]
Kylie's private world -- [London?]: Life Support Productions, 2002. 1 videocassette or DVD ( 24 min. ) + teachers notes
An animated video for use by girls and women with an intellectual disability in conjunction with their carers. It discusses aspects of growing up as a woman, menstruation, puberty and personal hygiene. The video goes on to discuss relationships, love and sexual interactions. The information is clearly explained and there are accompanying notes. It should be noted that some of the material is of a sexually explicit nature and should be used with care.
CC 612.6071 KYL [P10547;P12458]
Let's talk about sex : changing bodies, growing up, sex and sexual health / Harris, Robie H. -- London;Boston;Sydney;Auckland: Walker Books, 2014. 98 p. ; 26 cm.
Updated with the latest information, this offers reliable and accurate information to answer young people's questions and concerns about: puberty, sex, sexual health, reproduction, birth control, pregnancy, birth, families, LGBT, the internet, sexual abuse, and STDs including HIV/AIDS. The information is to help ensure young people stay healthy and safe as they go through puberty and adolesence.
CC 612.6071 HAR [P15495]
Love and kisses : the DVD : relationships & sexuality featuring people with disabilities / FAMILY PLANNING NSW. -- [Sydney]: Family Planning NSW, 2007. 1 DVD
This is a positive look at the intimate lives of people with disabilities. Personal stories are told through drama and interviews and reveal the joy and heartbreak of love, sex and relationships. Areas covered include the first date, safe sex, getting married, living independently, building relationships, sex and intimacy, sex education, unwanted touching, and rights. It provides information, education and notes that raise questions for discussion.
CC 612.6 LOV [P12901]
Making sense of sex : a forthright guide to puberty, sex and relationships for people with Asperger's syndrome / Attwood, Sarah. -- London: Jessica Kingsley, 2008. 320 p.
This comprehensive guide provides clear, detailed explanations, diagrams and practical advice for young people approaching puberty and beyond. Chapters cover: the male and female body; puberty; caring for your body; healthy choices; emotions; friendships; sex; sexual relationships; sexual health; fertilisation, pregnancy and birth; and sexual language.
SC/ASP ATT [P14109
Managing puberty, social challenges, and (almost) everything : a video guide for girls -- [Winston-Salem, NC]: Coultervideo, Inc, 2013. 1 DVD (80 min)
This DVD explains the physical and mental changes girls experience during puberty.It also offers strategies to help girls who have social and communication challenges make friends, begin dating, and prepare for the future. Chapters include puberty, my body (which includes menstruation), my mind, being social, fashion sense, dating, understanding sexuality, staying safe, and my future. It is aimed at girls from 10 through 19 who are nearing or undergoing puberty. The program will be particularly helpful for girls who have developmental challenges, including many girls on the autism spectrum.
CC 362.7 MAN [P14983]
More secret girls business / Anderson, Heather; Angelo, Fay; Stewart, Rose. -- [North Balwyn, Vic]: F.L. Angelo and H.A. Pritchard and R.M. Stewart Partnership, 2008. 72 p. ; 21 cm.
This is a companion volume to 'Secret Girls' Business'. In addition to information about periods, it includes details about physical and emotional changes. It will give girls greater understanding and deeper knowledge about puberty and sexuality. It has a section with hints for mothers, fathers and other significant adults.
CC 612.6071 AND [P15714;P14600]
Moving on -- UK: JUMPcuts, 2011. 1 DVD (28 mins)
This DVD has five stories from people with an intellectual disability about relationships and sexuality. It includes a menu of specially devised questions to accompany each story and promote discussion. The disc also features 'Best Interest' which is a ten minute award winning drama about two people who want to be together, but no one seems to want to let them.
CC 612.6 MOV [P14633]
The new guide to relationships and sex : a sex education/PSHE guide for young people -- London: Life Support Productions, 2010. 1 DVD + Booklet (25 p.)
This is a sex education Dvd for young people. It is divided into five main subject areas, each leading to a series of video sequences. The first section is 'growing up' and covers body changes, menstruation, first dates and petting, masturbation and privacy. The next section 'Looking after yourself' considers hygiene, self examination and privacy, and consent and unwanted sexual advances. The third section 'Sex' covers some of the same issues but also covers virginity, condoms, gay and straight relationships, sexual pleasure and contraception. There is also a section on 'Pregnancy' and another on where to obtain help and advice - which is UK based. It is produced with 3D animation and is presented by two realistic and engaging characters. It comes with viewing notes and subtitles. It has been used successfully with special education classes.
CC 612.6071 NEW [P13393]
Pants aren't rude : responding to children's sexual development and behaviour in the early childhood years / Linke, Pam. -- Watson, ACT: Australian Early Childhood Association, 1999. 56 p.
Offers strategies on how to communicate effectively with children on the topic of sex by providing suggested responses to sexual behaviour in young children and discussing issues that arise when sexual behaviour is of concern. The book aims to encourage self esteem and positive feelings in young children about their own bodies and how they work.
CC 612.6071 LIN [P10870]
The primary guide to growing up, relationships and sex -- London: Life Support Productions, 2012. 1 DVD
Using realistic 3D animation this DVD covers broad topics including: growing up; looking after yourself; sex; and pregnancy. These broad topics lead into a series of video sequences covering further information such as menstruation, gay and lesbian relationships, and when and how to say no, and dealing with unwanted sexual advances.
CC 612.6071 PRI [P14478]
Puberty : a guide for teenagers with an autism spectrum disorder and their parents / Ford, Elizabeth; Ptasznik, Gabriella; Blumberg, Megan; Clayton, Samantha; Beeching, Sara. -- Melbourne: La Trobe University,  49 p. ; 30 cm
This resource has been developed to provide parents, families, friends and caregivers information to assist teenagers with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), including Asperger s Syndrome and Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (PDDNOS) to recognize and manage the emotional, physical, and social issues that individuals diagnosed with an ASD will encounter during puberty. This is also available for download online at:
SC/AUT FOR [P14911]
Puberty and adolescence resource : a guide for parents of adolescents with autism spectrum disorder / Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network. Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network, 2014. 30 p. ; 30 cm
This resource has been developed in response to requests from parents for resources related to puberty for their child with ASD.
CC 612.6071 PUB [P15796]
Puberty and special girls / Stewart, Rose; Anderson, Heather; Angelo, Fay. -- Australia: Heather, Rose, Fay, 2009. 79 p. ; 21cm
This book explains, with illustrations and limited text, changes that occur with puberty and how to manage periods. It has been written for girls with special needs, their parents including extra tips for dads, carers and teachers.
CC 613.0424 STE [P13299
The puberty book : a guide for children and teenagers / Darvill, Wendy; Powell, Kelsey. -- Sydney: Hachette Livre Australia, 2007. ix, 195 p.
This book aims to provide accurate and up-to-date information on all aspects of puberty and is based on thousands of questions children and teenagers ask every year. It examines changes to the body during these years, sex and sexuality, health (including mental health), personal care, relationships, pregnancy and birth. It also gives advice on where to go for help.
CC 612.6071 DAR [P12250]
Puberty plus -- Fortitude Valley, Qld: Family Planning Queensland, 2000. 1 CD-ROM
Aimed at upper primary and lower secondary school ages, but suitable for a wide range of users of differing ages and abilities this interactive CD-ROM provides clear and simple information about: puberty including both emotional and physical changes; social issues and relationships with parents and peers; bodies and health; and reproduction. It also includes games and video footage of teenagers talking about their experiences and opinions. Users are also encouraged to seek more information from parents, teachers and books.
CC 612.6071 PUB [P14258]
The puberty video for boys with Asperger's syndrome (and Autism Spectrum Disorder - Level 1) -- Winston-Salem, NC: Coultervideo Publishing, 2014. 1 DVD (48 min.)
This DVD is for boys ages 10-17 who are nearing or undergoing puberty and who have social challenges. It's narrated by a young man with Asperger Syndrome and a neurotypical young woman. They cover anatomy, physical and mental changes, personal hygeine, conception, menstruation, and more. Teen actors demonstrate dating interactions.
CC 612.6071 PUB [P15350]
Secret boy's business / Stewart, Rose; Angelo, Fay; Anderson, Heather. -- Australia: SGB Publishing, 2011. 64 p. ; 21 cm.
This second edition includes details about physical and emotional changes of puberty. Using simple language and fun illustrations it aims to provide boys with a full understanding of the physical and emotional changes experienced at puberty, celebrate changes to the male body, enhance confidence and self-esteem, acknowledge and affirm the development of sexual feelings in boys, and provide hints for parents, teachers and other significant adults.
CC 612.6071 STE [P15155]
Secret girls' business / Angelo, Fay; Pritchard, Heather; Stewart, Rose. -- Australia: Heather, Rose, Fay;Whitehorse School Focused Youth Service, 2003. 32 p.
Presents a brief account of puberty and the transition from girl to young woman. Discusses changes to the female body in an easy to understand , colourful format. Provides an information section for parents, teachers, carers and a special section with hints for Dad. Suitable for girls from the age of eight years, this book will give confidence and self esteem through this important stage of life.
CC 612.6071 ANG [P12283;P12859;P15161]
Sex, sexuality and the autistic spectrum / Lawson, Wendy. -- London: Jessica Kingsley, 2005. 175 p.
By discussing aspects of sexuality and relationships from the viewpoint of a person who has autism, this book provides an understanding of the difficulties and frustration felt by people with autistic spectrum disorders caused by poor communication and social skills. The book provides positive strategies and advice on starting and maintaining personal relationships for people with autism. Sexual orientation is discussed and include topics on bisexuality, homosexuality and transgender dispositions. Includes worksheets and activities on relationships.
SC/AUT LAW [P10924]
Sexuality and disability : a guide for parents -- Alberta, Canada: Alberta Health Services, 2009. 21 p. ; 22 cm.
This provides information for parents of children with disabilities including the role of parents in teaching about sexuality, facts about sexuality and disability, advise on what they need to know, and tips and strategies for talking comfortably with your child about sexuality.
CC 612.6 SEX [P14885]
Sexuality and learning disabilities : a handbook / McCarthy, Michelle (Ed.); Thompson, David (Ed.) -- Brighton: Pavilion, 2010. 171 p. ; 25 cm.
This handbook covers the most common sexual issues concerning people with intellectual disabilities and serves as a useful guide to those who may be inexperienced in supporting them. A range of authors share their direct experience of working with people with learning disabilities. The sexual relationships and sexual activities that people with intellectual disabilities are involved in are explored. It gives ideas on helping these people learn about their bodies and sex. The content includes the law, masturbation, menstruation and menopause, sexual opportunities, same sex and opposite sex relationships, pregnancy, sexual abuse, unacceptable sexual behaviour, and sex education. The focus is on what staff and family members can do themselves, but it also recommends when specialist help may be needed.
CC 612.6 SEX [P13470]
Sexuality matters : sexuality, health and disability -- [Perth]: The Centre for Cerebral Palsy, 2006. 1 CD-Rom
This is an interactive CD-Rom produced by clients and therapists of the Cerebral Palsy Association of WA. The aim is to assist families and clients with issues regarding sexuality, relationships and self-esteem relating to people with disabilities. This information is presented in a number of formats, including vidoe case studies, audio narration, educational material, printable resources and a number of quizzes.
CC 612.6 SEX [P14383]
Sometimes I feel excited in a different way (boy).Adolescent boy feeling sexy -- Lake Munmorah, NSW: Visual Aids for Learning, 2009. 6 p. ; 22 cm.
This booklet helps to explain to young boys the changes they may feel in relation to sexual feelings as they go through adolescence and how to respond to these changes in an appropriate way. It especially stresses the need to go to a private place in relation to masturbation. This can be downloaded at :
CC 612.6071 SOM [P14852]
Sometimes I feel excited in a different way (girl).Adolescent girl feeling sexy -- Lake Munmorah, NSW: Visual Aids for Learning, 2009. 6 p. ; 22 cm.
This booklet helps to explain to young boys the changes they may feel in relation to sexual feelings as they go through adolescence and how to respond to these changes in an appropropriate way. It especially stresses the need to go to a private place in relation to masturbation. This can be downloaded at :
CC 612.6071 SOM [P14878]
Special girls' business / Angelo, Fay; Pritchard, Heather; Stewart, Rose. -- Australia: Heather, Rose, Fay, 2005. 51 p.
This book is a step by step guide about the process of managing periods. Written for girls with special needs and their carers, the information is presented using clear pictures and limited text. Handy hints are provided for parents, carers and school staff.
CC 613.0424 ANG [P11257;P12482;P12285;P12286]
Susan's growing up / Hollins, Sheila; Sinason, Valerie; Brighton, Catherine Ill. -- London: Gaskell Press, 2001. 39 p. : col. ill.
Through the use of illustrations and no text, the story is told about Susan and her experiences when she gets her first period. The text and helpful suggestions with using the story are provided at the back of the book.
CC 612.6071 HOL [P09347]
Taking care of myself : a healthy hygiene, puberty and personal curriculum for young people with autism / Wrobel, Mary J. -- Arlington, Tex.: Future Horizons, Inc. 2003. 246 p.
Teaches students with autism and other disabilities the information and skills necessary to live as healthily and independently as possible. Designed for ages 5 years to adults this book is set out in simple and precise detail. Uses communication aids and assistive technology to describe made up stories emphasising social situations that discuss appropriate and inappropriate behaviour. The key issues focused on are hygiene, health, modesty, growth and development, menstruation, touching and personal safety and masturbation.
SC/AUT WRO [P10778;P11776]
Talk soon. Talk often : a guide for parents talking to their kids about sex / Walsh, Jenny. -- [Perth]: Department of Health;Government of Western Australia, 2014. iv, 72 p. ; 23 cm. + 1 Tipsheet
This book was commissioned following research with young people that found there is a need for resources to support parents and families as sexuality educators of their children. The contents cover when we start talking, what to expect at different ages and stages, tips for talking about sex, what young people need to know to decide about having sex, sex and the law, and services, websites and good books.
CC 612.6071 WAL [P15592]
Talking together...about sex and relationships: a practical resource for schools and parents working with young people with learning disabilities / Kerr-Edwards, Lesley; Scott, Lorna. -- London: Family Planning Association, 2007. xii, 120 p. ; 30cm.
This book is intended to help older adolescents to understand more about sex and relationships. Early chapters deal with their growing independence, managing risk taking and the need for assertiveness. The rest concerns relationships, sex, sexual choices and sexual health and what the future holds. It is written mainly for use in school and college settings, but has supporting pages which can used in partnership with parents.
CC 612.6 KER [P12420]
Things Ellie likes : a book about sexuality and masturbation for girls and young women with autism and related conditions / Reynolds, Kate E. -- London;Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley, 2015. 1 vol (unpaged) ; 17 cm.
This accessible and positive resource helps parents and carers teach girls and young women with autism or related conditions about masturbation. It covers when and where it is appropriate and helps to establish boundaries surrounding privacy more generally. With simple but explicit illustrations, this provides a platform to talk about sexuality with these girls and young women.
CC 612.6071 REY [P15634]
Things Tom likes : a book about sexuality and masturbation for boys and young men with autism and related conditions / Reynolds, Kate E. -- London;Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley, 2014. 34 p. ; 17 cm.
This accessible and positive resource helps parents and carers teach boys with autism or other special needs about masturbation. One of the important lessons for a person with autism is to learn the difference between 'public' and 'private'. This covers where and when it is appropriate and helps to establish boundaries surrounding privacy more generally. With simple but explicit illustrations it helps to provide a platform to talk about sexuality with boys and young men with autism or special needs.
CC 612.6071 REY [P15384]
Wet dreams.Adolescent boy wet dreams -- Lake Munmorah, NSW: Visual Aids for Learning, 2009. 8 p. ; 22 cm.
This booklet helps to explain 'wet dreams' to young adolescent boys. This can be downloaded at :
CC 612.6071 WET [P14889]
What's the big secret? : talking about sex with girls and boys / Krasny Brown, Laurie; Brown, Marc. -- New York: Little Brown & Co. 2000. 31 p.; 28 p.
This book answers some of the most common questions children ask about sex and human development. It discusses how and why boys and girls differ covering topics such as names, clothes, hair, playing, feeling, bodies, and using the toilet. It addresses protective behaviour issues including privacy, touching and being touched. Finally it discusses reproduction, male and female anatomy and having babies. It is illustrated in a fun manner throughout.
CC 612.6071 KRA [P12584;P13447]
You, your body and sex -- London: Life Support Productions, 2008. 1 DVD + 1 booklet (24 p.) + 1 book (various pages)
An animated sex education DVD for use by people with an intellectual disability in conjunction with their carers. Topics covered include: growing up, menstruation, masturbation, personal hygiene, relationships, consent, safe sex, condoms, attitudes to sex. The information is clearly explained and there are accompanying notes. It should be noted that some of the material is of a sexually explicit nature and should be used with care. Included are comprehensive lesson plans with worksheet, also available online at http://www.lifesupportproductions.co.uk/ysdvd.php.
CC 612.6071 YOU [P12459]