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Sex Education

  • Ariél Saint White talks about Sex ed for kids and Vulva

    We want to reframe sex education from “the talk” to recognizing that sex education conversations are a series that happen over many years. Each conversation is an opportunity to establish trust with your children. The nature of conversations changes as children grow up.This is a fantastic chat we... View Post
  • Educate kids on Gender Identity this International Pronouns Day

    When it comes to gender, ideas about what it means to be a girl or a boy are everywhere, and these ideas have a big influence on your kid. Learn how to teach your kid that their gender doesn’t limit them. This International Pronouns Day is a great way to educate your kids on gender identity. Emp... View Post
  • Teaching Sex Ed: Making it Easier with Ariel Saint White

    Did you know that sex education programming varies widely across the United States? According to Planned Parenthood, only 39 states and the District of Columbia mandate some kind of sex education and/or HIV education. Less than half of high schools cover all the 20 topics recommended by the CDC ... View Post
  • Pride Month 2022: Love with LGBTQ+ Community

    June is #PRIDE Month! We hope you have already dusted off your rainbow flags and are celebrating pride month!  MLY proudly supports this month-long celebration to recognize and support LGBTQ rights and honor the culture and history of the LGBTQ community. There are a lot of ways for you to get in... View Post
  • My kid caught me having sex - now what?

    Talking to your kids about sex can feel awkward but having your kids catch you in the act is cringe-worthy. But the reality is your kids might walk you in while you're having sex. Maybe you forgot to lock the door, or are on vacation where locks don’t exist.  At the moment, questions might run th... View Post
  • STDs are on the rise: How Yoni Magic Can Help

    Chlamydia, gonorrheal infections, and syphilis are all STDs that affect many people. There were 2.5 million reported cases of these STDs reported in 2019. Half of those occurred among adolescents and young adults ages 15-24. Young people are at a higher risk of contracting these STDs and it’s no ... View Post
  • Are you ready to talk about the M Word?

    Dear My Little Yoni, What's the 'M' Word? How to talk to your kids about Masturbation? I worry about sharing this information with her too early! I can tell she has become more curious about her body, but I don't know if she's ready for that conversation. Really, I don't know if I'm READY for thi... View Post
  • The Shame-Free Future of Comprehensive Sex Ed

     What experience did you have with sex education? Did you come out feeling the joy of finally understanding your body? If you live in America, you'll almost certainly say, no. The curriculum of most subjects taught in the U.S.A. strives to be enriching and accurate, intending to give young people... View Post