Joining The SexEducator community gives you opportunities to be part of a virtual network of sex education professionals who communicate together to share their experiences related to teaching young people.

Benefits of joining
1Access to a discussion forum that facilitates exchange among professionals.
  • You can share comments and opinions about the contents and learning activities presented in the different issues of the magazine.
  • You can respond to participants’ comments.
  • You can start up a discussion on themes that reflect your concerns regarding the sexuality of adolescents.
2Possibility of receiving the print version of the magazine (for Québec residents only)
3 Possibility of receiving emails with information about the publication of new issues.


This forum is a public meeting space that allows community members to communicate together and share their experiences relative to teaching sex education to adolescents using the activities suggested in the magazine.

Here's an example of a Q&A you can find in the forum:
Question : Have any of you ever done this activity in class?

I find the idea interesting but I have reservations about the group’s level of maturity. I’d like to have your comments or impressions about conducting this activity.

Response 1 : I’ve also thought about doing this activity but I had reservations as well. Has anyone ever done it?

Response 2 : I did this activity in class last year and the students responded well. I changed the way of doing it a bit. At first, the students chose a partner and then I asked them to change partners twice. I did that so they could see that the level of comfort we feel being close to somebody can change from one person to another.

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Issue 25 | Spring 2016
Toward improving adolescents' contraception use
by Marie-Andrée Bossé
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