Relationship and Sex Education
Sexual Health Week 2020
In conjunction with Sexual Health Week 2020, we have made leading research on relationship and sex education free to access. From school and youth sex education, to parent-child communication, STI prevention, and more, we are proud to promote peer-reviewed research that is facilitating the important conversation around RSE in schools, colleges and universities worldwide.
All articles are free to access through this page until 31st December 2020.
Join Dr. Cynthia Graham, editor of The Journal of Sex Research and Dr. Justin Lehmiller, author and Research Fellow at The Kinsey Institute on 21st September 2020 for an exclusive Twitter interview on the state of relationship and sex education. Follow the conversation on Routledge Education Research using #TandFChatRSE.
School and LGBT Relationship and Sex Education
The State of Sex Education in the United States in 2020
Let’s Talk About Sex – Sexual Networks And the Clustering of STIs
|Development and Testing of the Parent-Child Sex Communication Inventory: A multidimensional assessment tool for parent and adolescent informants||The Journal of Sex Research|
|Gender Differences in Parents’ Communication With Their Adolescent Children about Sexual Risk and Sex-Positive Topics||The Journal of Sex Research|
|Pubertal Timing, Parenting Style, and Trajectories of Pornography Use in Adolescence: Peer Pornography Use as the Mediator||The Journal of Sex Research|
|The Steps of Sexuality—A Developmental, Emotion-Focused, Child-Centered Model of Sexual Development and Sexuality Education from Birth to Adulthood||International Journal of Sexual Health|
|The #MeToo movement and restorative justice: exploring the views of the public||Contemporary Justice Review|
|Further gender equality – is it good or bad for sexual health?||Journal of Gender Studies|
|Policy Learning and Transformational Change: University Policies on Sexual Harassment||Journal of Women, Politics & Policy|
|Administering Biology: How “Bathroom Bills” Criminalize and Stigmatize Trans and Gender Nonconforming People in Public Space||Administrative Theory & Praxis|
|Rights-protectors or rights-violators? Deconstructing teacher discrimination against LGBT students in England and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child as an advocacy tool||The International Journal of Human Rights|
|Gender-Based Violence Prevention Workshops: An Experimental Evaluation of Efficacy||International Journal of Public Administration|
|Community Inclusion in PrEP Demonstration Projects: Lessons for Scaling Up||Gates Open Research|
|Multilingualism and strategic planning for HIV/AIDS-related health care and communication||Wellcome Open Research|
Twinterview: Meet the Experts
Dr. Justin Lehmiller is a Research Fellow at The Kinsey Institute. He is the author of more than 50 academic publications, two textbooks, and the popular blog Sex and Psychology. His latest book is Tell Me What You Want: The Science of Sexual Desire and How It Can Help You Improve Your Sex Life. Follow him on Twitter @JustinLehmiller or Instagram @JustinJLehmiller
Dr. Cynthia Graham is the editor of The Journal of Sex Research, , Senior Research Fellow at The Kinsey Institute and Professor in Sexual and Reproductive Health within Psychology at the University of Southampton.