Calendar of Events



Pride events are held around the world during June as a way of recognizing the influence LGBTQ+ people have had around the world. June is when the Stonewall Riots took place in 1969.


Faculty: Coqui Negrón

This workshop will introduce best practices around the use of inclusive language in Spanish for people providing sex education and prevention services. This presentation will be facilitated primarily in Spanish and would not be appropriate for participants who speak only English

Cost: Free


June 16, 7-8pm EST

Faculty: Brittany Broaddus-Smith, LSW, MEd

This talk explores how the church can support the development of healthy sex(uality) across the life span. Participants will be challenged to explore personal biases, assess the current need, or lack thereof, for the church’s voice in education as opposed to just regulation, and identify ways to mobilize the power of the church’s voice as it relates to sexual health and wellness.

Cost: $25


June 19

Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.

Today Juneteenth commemorates African American freedom and emphasizes education and achievement. It is a time for reflection and rejoicing. It is a time for assessment, self-improvement and for planning the future. Its growing popularity signifies a level of maturity and dignity in America long over due. In cities across the country, people of all races, nationalities and religions are joining hands to truthfully acknowledge a period in our history that shaped and continues to influence our society today. Sensitized to the conditions and experiences of others, only then can we make significant and lasting improvements in our society.


June 23, 7-8pm EST

Faculty: Joan Price, MA

Sex after 50, 60, 70 and beyond has challenges, but it can be rich and joyful if we learn, adapt, and explore. Let’s throw out the stereotypes about older-age sexuality, debunk the myths, and send you home with solid information and a new attitude about older-age sexuality and how to talk about it.

Cost: $25


June 28

The Stonewall Riots, also called the Stonewall Uprising, began in the early hours of June 28, 1969 when New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay club located in Greenwich Village in New York City. The raid sparked a riot among bar patrons and neighborhood residents as police roughly hauled employees and patrons out of the bar, leading to six days of protests and violent clashes with law enforcement outside the bar on Christopher Street, in neighboring streets and in nearby Christopher Park. The Stonewall Riots served as a catalyst for the gay rights movement in the United States and around the world.


June 28, 7-8pm EST

Faculty: Bat Sheva Marcus, PhD

It is essential for sex educators to have complete information about the physiological and medical components of women’s sexuality. This lecture, based on the new book Sex Points: Reclaim Your Sex Life with the Revolutionary Multipoint System, covers these areas clearly and provides proven behavioral and psychological insights that women, at every age, should know to feel empowered in their sex lives.

Cost: $25


Faculty: Lori Reichel (she/her)

Children in grades K-2 are curious, impressionable and reliant on others. Regarding sexuality, children have a natural curiosity of their bodies, as well as the basics of family structures and reproduction. This webinar focuses on what to and how to teach children of these ages specific age- and developmentally- appropriate information and skills, while also being sex positive.

Cost: Free


June 30, 7-8pm EST

Faculty: Elisabeth Sheff, PhD, CSE

Popular wisdom holds that consensual nonmonagamy (CNM) doesn’t work, obscuring the fact that the various types of CNM can “work” in different ways for different people. This talk introduces and defines different types of CNM and explains the ways in which they might (or might not) work for various individuals. 

Cost: $25


July 7, 7-8pm EST

Faculty: Elizabeth K. Schmidt, PhD, OTR/L

Many people with intellectual and developmental disabilities do not have equitable access to sexual health education. This course is designed to help participants gain an understanding of accessibility considerations, evidence-based methods to improve accessibility of sexuality education, and provide examples of how to apply these methods in various settings. 

Cost: $25


July 12, 7-8pm EST

Faculty:Lydia Bowers

Sexuality development does not begin at puberty! Learn what healthy sexuality looks like in young children and how to support children’s growth. Understand why sexual development is a critical part of physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development in early childhood, and what early childhood sexual development benchmarks look like.

Cost: $25


July 14

Non-binary is an umbrella term for gender identities that are neither male nor female‍—‌identities that are outside the gender binary. Non-binary identities fall under the transgender umbrella, since non-binary people typically identify with a gender that is different from their assigned sex, though some non-binary individuals do not consider themselves transgender. 

Non-binary people may identify as having two or more genders (being bigender or trigender); having no gender (agender, nongendered, genderless, genderfree); moving between genders or having a fluctuating gender identity (genderfluid); being third gender or other-gendered (a category that includes those who do not place a name to their gender).

Gender identity is separate from sexual or romantic orientation, and non-binary people have a variety of sexual orientations, just as cisgender people do.


July 14, 7-8pm EST

Faculty: Shemeka Thorpe, PhD

Adolescent sexuality is largely constructed by society, peers, family, and sexual scripts. Black female adolescents are often socialized to expect sexual pain and guilt over sexual pleasure. In this session, we will explore Black female adolescents’ pleasure expectancies, the role of sexual guilt, and how society socializes them to expect more negative outcomes.

Cost: $25


July 21, 7-8pm EST

Faculty: Suzanne Richard, PhD

Youth and young adults on the Autism Spectrum are frequently making social faux pas. As they get older they are capable of making sexual social faux which appear more treacherous. However, they do not lack desire to have sexual experiences. We can help them prepare for healthy intimate relationships.

Cost: $25

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Month of May

A month focused on providing young people with the sexual health information and access to resources they need and deserve in order to make healthy decisions for themselves.


May 17, 2022

The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia was created in 2004 to draw the attention to the violence and discrimination experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex people and all other people with diverse sexual orientations, gender identities or expressions, and sex characteristics.


May 22, 2022

Harvey Milk Day is a day to educate your school about an extraordinary leader whose courageous work to end discrimination against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in the 1970s set the stage for many of the civil rights advances we see today.


June 1-7, 2022

QTBIPoC Pride Week

QTBIPOC is an important acronym that extends our understanding of the larger LGBTQ+ community. QTBIPOC stands for Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous People of Color. QTBIPOC are acknowledged to encompass some of the most marginalized members of the LGBTQ+ community existing at the intersection of racism, ethnocentrism, xenophobia, queerphobia, and transphobia.


June 2-5, 2022

Valuable learning and social networking for anyone with an interest in sexology!

Register for the 2022 AASECT Conference program,

Get ready for 3 days of valuable programming plus pre-conference workshops and opportunities to connect with fellow attendees, speakers, and virtual exhibitors.


June 12, 2022

Pulse Remembrance Day

On June 12, 2016, one of the worst mass shootings in US history claimed 49 lives at a Florida gay bar. The shooting occurred during the club's Latin Night, and many of those killed were Latino and LGBTQ+. The remembrance of the Pulse nightclub shooting comes as violence against LGBTQ+ people persists.