An online emotional well-being and counseling resource for young people.
Some accessible, international supports that you or others can access during the pandemic to help with some of the downsides of social distancing.
Just like we do when there's not a global pandemic, all of us here at Scarleteen have been thinking a whole lot about all of you lately. Here are some updates about our services and some extra support we can offer, as well as some helps, tips and words from some of our staff to you to help get you through this.
I am a teen girl/woman, and I want to be feminist. The problem is that it kind of seems like I'm not *feminist* enough to be feminist. I have long hair, wear dresses and skirts occasionally, and love makeup. It's not like I'm trying to please men or anything, or that I'm trying to wear clothes that "inhibit mobility," it's just something I like....
An upbeat, educational series for kids about LGBTQA+ identities and issues.
Sex educator Eva Bloom's YouTube sex education series.
A new web series for kids, from Canadian sex educators Nadine Thornhill and Eva Bloom.
Site and services from sex educator Kim Cavill, including the Six Minute Sex Ed Podcast, which helps people talk openly about sex, relationships, and growing up.
A magazine made by and for girls.
Sex is a Funny Word: a great, inclusive starter book on sex and bodies for elementary and middle readers.