We Care. We Inform. We Listen.
Sexual Integrity is an exciting and interactive presentation designed to reach teens with information regarding the safest form of protection from high risk sexual behaviours.
Special emphasis is placed on helping teens see the value of developing meaningful, healthy relationships.
Our Sexual Integrity presentation is specifically tailored for students in middle school, high school and for community youth groups.
Designed to teach teens sexual wholeness in all areas of their life — physical, emotional and social. Designed to motivate students to make healthy sexual decisions consistent with their values and personal goals.
Presentation topics include:
- social and peer pressures
- building positive social relationships
- respectful dating relationships
- sexually transmitted infections
- unplanned pregnancy
- date rape
- saved sex
- healthy sexuality and self esteem
- game plan strategy
Sexual Integrity inspires young people to consider healthy lifestyle choices, meaningful relationships, valuing themselves and respecting others.
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Thousands of high school students have now participated. Our presentations have been conducted in schools and for youth groups in Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby, New Westminster, Delta, Surrey and White Rock.
By invitation, we have also provided Sexual Integrity presentations outside our province, including Australia, Bhutan, India, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Malawi, Nepal, Turkey, Uganda, United States and Zambia.
For more information or to schedule a Sexual Integrity presentation, please contact our Community Education Coordinator at 604-731-1122 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What teens are saying about Sexual Integrity…
“Relevant and meaningful. Helped me recognize the true effect of my decisions”
“It was an eye-opening presentation.”
“I think girls all across Canada should see this presentation.”
“The speakers were funny and great presenters.”
“This presentation helps teens to see what porn [really] is, and how it can hurt your future.”
“It’s super you discuss this with us students. We never hear this information.”
And comments from teachers…
“Well presented, enthusiastic, good PowerPoint, very effective.”
“This presentation delved more into relationships than other sex education presentations.”