About Sex Ed Matters
We have been delivering empowering sex education since 2019 to schools, organisation, universities, membership organisations and beyond!
What we do
Sex Ed Matters running a workshop at Abena Oppong-Asare MP's summer campaigning school
We partner with lots of community-based youth projects by delivering empowering and confidence-building workshops on key sex education topics. This includes consent, healthy relationships, debunking harmful stereotypes, periods, tackling taboos and friendships.
These topics can sometimes feel scary and overwhelming. To overcome this, we teach young people how to solve the big problems we discuss, such as sexual harassment, so they can be the change they want to see.
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Today, only 6% of young people “strongly agree” their prior education prepared them for the reality of sex and relationships in higher education and beyond, 45% of young people learn about consent through tv shows and films and 26% of students start their periods before knowing what menstruation is.
The negative impact of a lack of consent and healthy relationships education is clear throughout society, as 97% of young girls have been sexual harassed in public, 43% have experienced harassment in the past 12 months, and 18% experience this daily.
We think everyone deserves better.
That's why we work with as many schools, universities and organisations as possible to strengthen sex education across the UK for everyone so we can all live in happy, healthy communities.
Find out more below about our partners and the people we work with.