We are Sexplain

We want to bring sex and relationships education into the 21st century

We provide in-school workshops on porn, consent, healthy relationships and rape culture. We do this from an intersectional feminist, non binary, sex positive perspective.

We believe every young person in the UK should have access to a complete, inclusive and comprehensive sex education. 

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Sexplain delivered sex and relationships education workshops for all of our pupils, Year 7 - Year 9, here at Cranbrook Education Campus.

Sexplain’s workshops were a fantastic way to introduce the subject of sex and relationships education in our school. They have transformed our pupils attitudes towards SRE. Since the Sexplain workshops, our staff have found it much easier to deliver PSHE-themed classes to our students. Both staff and students are now more prepared with the knowledge and skills to discuss SRE issues.

Our pupils thoroughly enjoyed the workshops and assemblies. The content was engaging, age-appropriate and challenged myths and misconceptions surrounding sex and relationships. Sexplain has also created a brilliant notice board in a central location on our campus. This is a great way to continue to refresh our students’ understanding of SRE.

I would highly recommend it to any school looking for SRE support. Great value for money.
— Stephen Farmer, Headteacher, Cranbrook Education Campus.

why we do what we do...

59% of girls and women aged 13 - 21 say they have faced some form of sexual harassment in school or college in the past year. We believe by providing sex and relationships education to all we can begin to change attitude and behaviours. 

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HOW YOU CAN get INVOLVED...

Whether you're interested in volunteering with us, a young person who wants to be on our youth panel, a teacher who wants to work with us, working in the field, or just interested in what we do - we want to hear from you!

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Sexplain have ran two fantastic workshops for Girlguiding’s National Youth panel, Advocate, and our British Youth Council Delegation. It was great for the girls and young women to understand what we mean when we talk about high-quality Sex and Relationships education in practice and what a difference it can make. The sessions were both fun and informative, debunking myths about sex and gender in a very open and safe space. I couldn’t recommend them enough, even I, a women in her 30s who works in women’s equality and has run campaigns on SRE learnt something new!
— Zoë Durnford, Youth Voice & Campaigns Officer, Girlguiding.