Easy & Fun to Play
Sex Educator Approved
Modern times call for a new level of sex ed…
Home is where it’s at!
Teens don’t want to talk about sex with their family, or do they? Don’t let the eye-rolls and yucky faces fool you…research shows they do! Most teens wish their parents and caregivers talked with them more about sexuality-related topics.
But, they probably won’t start the conversation…sorry.
So, what are you supposed to do? You want them to hear what you have to say, and they want the information. But the more you talk, the less they listen!
Here’s what not to do:
- Put off talking about sex and sexuality until you think they’re ready
- Let friends and media become the main sources of information
- Rely on school to teach everything they need to know
- Let their discomfort (and yours) prevent learning
Easier said than done, right?
Sexuality educators agree the best way to teach kids and teens about sex and sexuality is to have lots of little conversations…before they’re ready to have sex.
But, it can be awkward…these kinds of conversations feel different than any other kind of conversation.
We Know That:
1. Serious face to face talks don’t work.
2. Figuring out what to talk about and getting the facts straight takes time you don’t have.
3. Knowing what’s going on in your kid’s head is challenging.
No one taught us how to do this, and it’s complicated!
Most of us grew up in households that shut down these kinds of conversations, or just handed us a book. It’s understandable, we live in a sex-negative culture.
Now, our kids are being bombarded with sexualized media online. A book can’t compete with that, and sex ed classes barely scratch the surface of what modern kids need to know.
It’s time to get real…and have fun!
How To Play
(For two or more players ages 12-112)
True or Flase?
Start off learning some scientific facts about human sexuality…
A Truth & Two Lies
Continue with the naked truth about history, culture, and strange animal facts…
Would you Rather?
Go deeper into self-reflection and empathy. If you’re lucky, move on to the next level…
The final level…
Now is your chance to obnoxiously call out a commonly stigmatized word. It may feel wrong… but it’s sooo right!