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AMAZE.org: “Less Weird” SexEd YouTube Series for Teens, Parents and Teachers

You know that talking with your kids about sex and growing up is important, but it’s tempting to put it off. The reality is that these conversations can’t wait. AMAZE.org takes the awkward out of sex ed.

AMAZE.org: Less Weird. More Information.

Real info in fun, animated videos that give you all the answers teens actually want to know about sex, your body and relationships.

Fun, Factual & Less Weird Sex Ed

AMAZE.org is creating fun, factual and age appropriate online sex education videos for young adolescents. AMAZE has collaborated with a group of incredible young animators who are enthusiastic about their mission to create edgy, innovative and compelling videos to help young people learn about reproductive health.

“How the Boner Grows” from AMAZE.org animated YouTube series on male puberty

The series of sex ed videos are being produced in conjunction with youth health organizations Advocates for Youth, Answer, and Youth Tech Health and animation studio, The Moving Company, to help break the ice and start these critical conversations so that kids get the accurate information they need.

Accurate & Non Judgmental Sex Education

In a time where “fake news” fills our kids social feeds, AMAZE.or provides provides kids, parents and teachers a happy medium between accessible, engaging sex ed materials that don’t deviate from the purpose of sex ed in the first place: To provide accurate, non-judgmental answers to curious questions.

“Top signs girls are in puberty” from AMAZE.org YouTube series on girls puberty

I was fortunate to work with the AMAZE.org team as a youth, edtech and social media analyst during the early phases of this project and I was was really impressed with all the different stakeholders and educators involved to bring AMAZE.org to life.

“Love is Love: Free to be me” via AMAZE.org

AMAZE is providing a critical resource for parents and teens and these videos will really help make talking about sex ed, sexual orientation and puberty much less weird and help shift these discussions into a more open, healthy and normalized.

Be sure to check out all the videos on YouTube!