We create public health interventions guided by principles of human rights and social justice. A part of AMP! Arts-based, Multiple-component, Peer-education dedicated to educating at-risk youth about sexual health, healthy relationships, and self-efficacy. We create free-of-cost films and accompanying materials for health teachers, community health educators, and students.
Inside The Ultra-Private Teen Girl Sex Parties For The North Korean Elite
Couple sentenced for having sex in cop car
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Sex Squad is theater, humor, and storytelling created by college and high school students to educate their peers about intersectional sexual health topics through interactive performances based on the true stories and questions of the performers. Research has shown that Sex Squad has a profound impact on high school students, allowing them to laugh in the face of what they previously feared, decrease stigma around HIV, increase their sexual health knowledge, access testing services, and improve in self-advocacy and being a resource for their fellow students. Will you help us provide comprehensive sex-ed to high school youth?
The Child Exploitation Internet Unit The Child Exploitation Internet Unit investigates the sexual exploitation of children, which is facilitated through the use of the internet and telecommunication systems. Under this Act, persons convicted of a nominated violent or sexual offence against a child will be required to register at the police station in the locality in which they reside, within 28 days of sentencing, release from custody or entering NSW after being found guilty of a registrable offence in another jurisdiction. Registrable persons will be required to provide police with certain personal information, travel plans and any changes to this information. The period of registration is for a minimum of eight years for an adult, four years for a juvenile offender and it is an offence not to register or to provide police with false information.