Samples of different types of contraception. Includes pamphlets and charts.
Fact Sheet on the contraceptive vaginal ring, a soft plastic ring that is inserted into the vagina once a month, releasing two artificial hormones which prevent pregnancy.
Fact Sheet on the diaphragm, a soft silicone device that fits into the vagina and is used as a barrier method of contraception.
Posters encouraging action to support gender and sexual diversity. Size: A2
Available for schools only – maximum 2 sets per school
Fold-out card with brief information about sexually transmitted infections, testing and prevention.
Fact Sheet on emergency contraception (EC), taken after unprotected sex to reduce the risk of pregnancy.
Fact Sheet on fertility awareness contraceptive methods, that work by learning to detect the fertile phase in the woman’s menstrual cycle to either achieve or avoid conception.
Booklet with information about relationships for parents, carers and young people with a disability.
Out of stock
Fact Sheet on Gonorrhoea, a sexually transmitted bacterial infection.
Aboriginal-specific activity used for setting up a safe and respectful learning space in sexual health and relationship education programs.
An activity useful for setting up school expectations specifically to do with sexual behaviour (e.g. ‘Taking sexy pics’ or ‘Drawing sexual graffiti’).
Purchase both the Group Norms cards and the Group Norms Expansion Set together for the discounted price of $30.
A resource for teenagers who are pregnant and continuing their schooling.
Chatterbox pad with information on testing, treatment, transmission and prevention of Hepatitis B (50 tear-off sheets per pad).
Chatterbox pad with information on testing, treatment, transmission and prevention of Hepatitis C (50 tear-off sheets per pad).
Fact Sheet on herpes, a common sexually transmitted infection caused by a virus.