Content includes human development, relationships, personal skills, sexual behavior, sexual health, and society and culture. According to the UUA, the curricula are based on the Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education produced by the National Guidelines Task Force, which was brought together by the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S.
Provides insight into Black culture, treatment and images of Black women, and the power of heterosexism. 336-page book
Examines recent research on the changing trends of rape frequency in Western cultures. 280-page book. Winner of the Association for Women In Psychology 2006 Distinguished Publication Award.
Examines how attitude, thoughts, and behavior influence each other. 168-page book
Describes approaches to reducing male violence by targeting control and aggression issues. 328-page book
The culture of sexuality as told by adolescents. 272-page book
Describes how factors like pornography, male bonding, and hazing rituals in fraternities encourage a culture of sexual violence on college campuses. 254-page book
Through personal stories and experiences, this book discusses gender violence, sexism and race/ethnicity, and tools to prevent sexual violence, harassment, and child sexual abuse. 304-page book
Sexual violence within the Latino community. 20-minute video
Delves into the meanings and consequences of rape; with Eve Ensler. 32-minute available in VHS or DVD format.