At Open Book Project we support you to have conversations about relationships and sexuality with your children that focus on safety, pleasure, and respect. 

The world is a confusing place. Finding accurate and supportive sexuality information can be quite difficult. 

 

The truth is most of us didn't really receive any sexuality education growing up. Perhaps you were given a book with a stork on the cover, or awkwardly handed a bag of pads, you might have even gotten a talk that made the whole thing seem scary or weird?

 

At Open Book Project we know the messages you received about sexuality from your families, friends, media and more have shaped who you are today. And those messages impact how you talk to our own children about sexuality. 

We want to take the mystery out of relationships and sexuality education so you can be an open book for your family, providing shame-free factual information that celebrates sexuality.

  • Parents/carers are a child's first relationships and sexuality educator

  • Sexuality is an important aspect of holistic wellbeing

  • Sexual rights are human rights

  • Pleasure is for everyone

  • Consent is essential

  • Respectful relationships don't just happen

  • Children have a right to be safe

  • Young people have a right to make mistakes

  • Sexuality education must include gender and power dynamics

  • Pornography isn’t sexuality education for young people

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Kerrin Bradfield is an Accredited Clinical Sexuality Educator with the  Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd. They adhere to the Society’s  Code of Ethics and Practice.

To find out more, go to www.societyaustraliansexologists.org.au

Open Book Project is based in the Yuggerah nation and acknowledges and pays respects to the Yugambeh, Koombumerrii and Bundjalung people, past, present and future, of the Gold Coast. We recognise the sovereignty of First Nations people and the resilience shown in fighting for lands, laws, and peoples.

Always was, always will be Aboriginal land. 

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