Sex Ed on the Cards
Changing the Conversation around Sex, Bodies, Consent and Relationships
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after December 9, 2020
Sex Ed on the Cards is a fun, factual and LGBTQ+ inclusive resource for delivering effective and engaging relationships and sex education (RSE) to students aged 14+. For too long this education has focused on dangers and risks, but young people have the right, need, desire and curiosity to see the bigger sex-ed picture.
The Question, Debate and Challenge cards provide an opportunity to discuss real-life facts and scenarios, promoting discussion and developing confidence and understanding. With 3 modes of game play – conversation, collaboration and competition – the cards allow young people to explore their attitudes, beliefs and values around key topics including body image, consent, pleasure, porn, sexual orientation and gender identity.
Sex Ed on the Cards brings critical thinking to the table, encouraging…
- Live conversation The game helps diffuse any awkwardness in face-to-face exchanges about sex and relationships issues. It also acknowledges the benefits of digital literacy, signposting reliable online resources for teens
- Sexual literacy The game acknowledges digital natives’ possible awareness of and in-depth exposure to a range of material and helps them interpret what they may already have seen
- Social action Made for a generation that cares deeply about equality, diversity and social justice, these cards introduce relevant modern concepts in a social-action context
Created by Outspoken Sex Ed and illustrated by Sex Ed Matters – social enterprises passionate about honest conversation around sex and relationships – this card game is an invaluable resource to support relationships and sex education for students aged 14+.
Table of Contents
Instruction Cards: How to play Question Cards: Do you have the facts? Debate Cards: What do you think? Challenge Cards: Are you ready for action?
Outspoken Sex Ed gets young people talking openly with the adults in their lives about sex, bodies, consent and relationships. Outspoken's interactive website, topical newsletter and inspiring live events offer bitesize, practical, expert advice from the best sex educators around to help children, parents and professionals change the sex-education conversation