A Parent’s Guide:
For Teaching Sex
to Your Kids

Be prepared for your ongoing “birds & the bees” talk. This virtual class and guidebook will create impactful conversations with your kids from birth through adolescence.

“The Talk” Is Scary

What do I say?

When is the right time?

Are my kids too old? Too young?

I don’t want to mess this up!

I’ve got you covered! This class breaks down what to say and when using techniques that work! It’s simple and you can implement it immediately. Be the trusted resource your kids deserve.

What You’ll Learn

Become the expert, to guide your kids through sexual info, values, decisions, & changes.

Sexuality Information Broken Down By Age

  • Reproductive Anatomy
  • Puberty & Hygiene
  • Consent
  • Dating
  • Pornography
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Managing Masturbation
  • Answers to FAQs

The Do's & Don't About Teaching Sex Education

Learn what’s effective and what will leave your kids wishing you had never knocked on their door.

Visual Aids, Charts, & Pictures

Our videos and guidebook are your one-stop resource to use with each child from birth through adolescences.

Free Resources

Parent Resource Guide for teaching your kids about sex

Download this PDF full of our favorite books, podcasts, and videos that have been used in classrooms and homes to teach children of all ages.

Customer Testimonials

I was blown away by what a valuable resource this was to our family. I didn’t have the sex talk from my parents. This class gave us the framework to have meaningful conversations with our kids.

Tom V.

Dad of 4


This class was easy to follow. I loved how I knew what to do and say for each one of my kids, based on their age and maturity level. I needed the review in anatomy to accurately teach it.

Callie T.

Mom of 3


Hi, I’m Stacy

As a licensed health educator & certified wellness coach, Stacy has spent the last decade teaching teens about reproductive health. She’s passionate about creating positive associations with sexuality & ultimately preparing kids to have a healthy intimate relationship in their marriage. She believes everyone deserves comprehensive, research-based information about how the body works. After years of answering parents’ questions and with a little nudging from friends, she created this class for parents to have the vocabulary to teach sex ed themselves. Stacy also loves cycling, dancing, kayaking, pickle-ball, and classic rock. She resides in Utah with her husband and sons.

Become Better Parents

Give your kids the information they need to navigate the world before they need it, so they’re prepared to make better choices.