We offer school partners a range of puberty education books, purchased through Amazon for the most part, to be housed in school libraries and counselors’ offices (we can’t afford to furnish all students with their own books). More recently we have been able to offer students the booklet Passages: A Guide to Periods, supplied by our friends at Glad Rags. It covers biology, history, menstrual options, and more, and fits with our mission by providing a lively, positive approach to menstruation. You can order yours here.

I wanted to take a moment to thank you for the booklets on self care. We have been able to use these in our small groups and give them to individual students. We appreciate your attention to the needs that we face as we educate our students in this matter. Our students often are not prepared for the changes in their bodies and these booklets have been useful tools for us.

Will Rogers Elementary School Counselor

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Since we launched The Kwek Society, we’ve been on the hunt for a reliable source of reproductive health education. Something that young people and their educators could consult anytime, anywhere, that we could offer through our site  And now we’ve found a reliable option!

Amaze.org

Age-appropriate videos for young adolescents about puberty, reproduction, relationships, sex, and sexuality.

Amaze.org is a site chockful of informative videos for youth, educators, and parents. The AMAZE team includes experts in sexuality education, youth sexual development, and parent-child communication that work with animators to develop each video.

Amaze.org’s mission is to harness the power of digital media to provide young adolescents around the globe with medically accurate, age-appropriate, affirming, and honest sex education they can access directly online—regardless of where they live or what school they attend. Amaze.org also strives to assist adults—parents, guardians, educators, and health care providers around the globe—to communicate effectively and honestly about sex and sexuality with the children and adolescents in their lives. 

If you don’t wish your adolescent(s) to freely explore all the videos on the site, you can create a My Amaze account that is password-protected, create your own video playlist and share it. For example, if you’re an educator, you will be able to select and save videos, create unique playlists to integrate into lessons, and share links to selected videos/playlists with students. If you’re a parent, you will be able to share specific videos or groups of videos with your children. The list you curate will reside on a protected page and will not have links to the rest of the Amaze.org website.

We are eager for your feedback if you check out the site!