May is Sex Ed For All Month, an effort spearheaded by the Sex Education Collaborative in collaboration with the federal Sex Education Coalition and a national coalition of sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice organizations committed to ensuring equitable and accessible sex education for all young people nationwide.
We invite you to join us as we collectively (and loudly!) voice our commitment to work toward a world where all young people—no matter where they live or how they identify—get equitable access to the education and care they deserve.
Young people have consistently called for increased access to sex education and information. As organizations dedicated to improving sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice for all, we responded with Sex Ed For All Month.
This year's theme—Equity and Access For All—is about working together toward sex education for all young people and especially youth of color, LGBTQ+ young people, immigrants, those with lower incomes, those living in rural areas, those with disabilities, and systems-involved youth.
We believe that no matter who you are or where you live, you deserve sex education that is reflective of your experiences and needs. Because we must stop stigmatizing young people, we no longer recognize the month of May as Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month. May is Sex Ed For All Month. We stand with young people, so they have the power and the right to access the education and information they need to achieve the best positive outcomes for themselves.
Join our efforts to make noise for Sex Ed For All Month by using and following the hashtag #SexEdForAll. (Tip: Get the Tool Kit with all the good stuff for sharing—graphics, social media posts, and more!)
Mark your calendar for these important dates:
- Monday, May 3: Launch Sex Ed For All Month 2021
- Tuesday, May 4: 3:30-5 PM ET: Sex Ed For All Month Youth Town Hall
You can view a recording of the Youth Town Hall here.
- TBD: Federal Congressional Briefing
- Friday, May 21, 2-3 PM ET: State Legislator Briefing
State Legislators Leading Toward Equitable Sex Education
Designed for state legislators and legislative staff only who are at any point in the process of advancing equitable sex education policies in their states.
For more information and to register, click here.
Please join members of the Sex Ed Collaborative and Sex Ed Coalition as we kick off Sex Ed For All Month with the Sex Ed For All Youth Town Hall featuring opening remarks by Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley (MA-07). The town hall took place May 4th from 3:30pm-5pm EST. You can view a recording of the Youth Town Hall here.