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October 17, 2023
Let’s Talk Month: Encouraging Conversation Between Youth and Trusted Adults

Navigating the world of sexual health can be a challenging journey for young people, filled with questions, concerns, and uncertainties. Communication is key and this October, as we celebrate Let’s Talk Month, we are reminded of the importance of open and honest conversations between young people and their trusted adults.

June 14, 2023
Celebrating Pride Month and Affirming 2SLGBTQ+ Youth* 

Amplify celebrates and honors the history and resilience of the 2SLGBTQ+ community during Pride. Now more than ever, young people need us to show up for them and create safe environments that foster acceptance and understanding. Explore concrete ways to affirm and support 2SLGBTQ+ young people.

April 24, 2023
A Parents’ Guide to Puberty

Everything you need to know about puberty and how to support your young person through this new life experience.

March 14, 2023
Send Your Comments to the State Dept. of Education

Tell the Oklahoma State Department of Education you oppose new rules on limiting materials in school libraries, allowing partial sex ed opt-out, and forcing educators to disclose changes in a student’s identity to parents.

March 13, 2023
Ask Amplify – March 2023

The answers you need about sexual health education, community resources for sexual health and well-being, talking with and supporting young people in your life, tips and tools for parents and caregivers, birth control, sexually transmitted infections, healthy relationships, consent, puberty, adolescent development, and more!

February 3, 2023
Community Needs Assessment Findings

Read more about our newly completed Community Needs Assessment findings. These findings will inform not only our organization but many of our partners as we look to the future and the next ten years of advancing youth sexual health and well-being in Tulsa.

November 19, 2022
Important Information about Sex Ed at TPS!

Confusing and inaccurate information about sexual health education in Tulsa Public Schools is being shared on social media. Parents and caregivers need accurate information to decide what’s best for their families. Read more here for the correct information!

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