Gender Spectrum: Gender-Inclusive Health Education
Support Scarleteen This Halloween: The Raffle
Sex Ed Isn't Scary: Support Scarleteen This Halloween
From Erasure to Ownership: A Bisexuality Journey
Free as a Green Bird: The Argentine Abortion Legalization Process, An Interview with Mariela Belski
It's Scarleteen-o-ween! (And We're Asking for Treats.)
This is a deeply lousy year for Halloween shenanigans. You can't shake candy out of a Zoom meeting, go to a haunted house unless your house is itself haunted, and it's really hard to drum up enthusiasm for a virtual party of any kind right now when we're all sick of the spaces we've been stuck in for months on end, when so many are ill, hurting or both, and, for those of us stateside, when election anxiety has our stomachs and hearts in a vice-grip.
This is also a lousy year for organizations and projects who need donations to keep the lights on and do all the things that they do, Scarleteen very much included. Based on how things have been the last eight months and how we suspect they'll still be for a while, unless something changes, we'll have about $10,000 less to work with this year than we did last year. We’re asking for your help.
We Are Currently Living in an Active Trauma State: An Interview With Jimanekia Eborn
How do I open up the sex ed conversation and help fix state sex ed laws?
I'm a 15 year old girl living in a very conservative area where the vast majority are members of a pretty conservative Christian religion....
One last birthday card for Scarleteen!
I've been saving this very wonderful birthday-card-of-sorts from the also-very-wonderful Liz for almost a year now, looking for just the right time to post it. Seeing as we're two days away from the end of this 20th year and our next (our 21st!) birthday, it certainly feels like a good time.
Let Your Representatives Know: It's Time to Fund Comprehensive Sex Education!
A few weeks ago, I had the chance to attend an inaugural sex education policy convening in Washington, D.C.