More Than Pronouns: Creating Affirming Spaces During Positive Prevention Plus
We all are learning, growing, and doing the best we can for our students. Navigating conversations in a sex ed class can be complex. “Am I using the most inclusive words for this lesson?” “Is there a way I can make students in my classroom feel affirmed in their gender and sexuality during our sex ed discussions?” “Gosh, I’d love time to practice using they/them pronouns!”
Join True You Maryland partner Alicia Miller, MPH, CHES, to learn about inclusive practices in sexuality education, practice inclusive language using concrete examples from a comprehensive, evidence-based sexuality education program (Positive Prevention Plus), and discuss with colleagues from across the state how they create affirming spaces for their students and what resources they rely on.
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