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Our EduGuides are here to help you introduce our best stories to your classroom or GSA group. Each EduGuide comes with discussion questions, fun activities, and even complete lesson plans that make for an engaging presentation. Check out our featured collection below.

Let's Talk About Sex (Ed)!

Queer Sex Ed

You know all that important stuff they’re probably not teaching you in school? We’ve got you covered with five episodes of IRL friends having those conversations about queer sex, sex in the media, consent and pleasure, and more – while professional sex educators Dr. Lexx and Melina Gaze listen in to educate and bust some myths!

How Do You Define Your Identity?

Writing Our Own Dictionary

Join us in watching WRITING OUR OWN DICTIONARY, an original It Gets Better Project video series highlighting the stories of various LGBTQ+ people as they discuss what various labels and identities mean to them, in their everyday lives.

Queer Athletes Take Center Stage

PASSION POWER PERFORMANCE

PASSION POWER PERFORMANCE is an original It Gets Better Project video series highlighting four out LGBTQ+ athletes as they train for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. The series was made in partnership with Procter & Gamble.

Teen Activists Take A Stand

OUT IN FRONT

OUT IN FRONT is a five-episode docuseries offering a glimpse into the lives of young LGBTQ+ activists doing their part to change their world for the better.

Love is an Adventure

OUT & AROUND

When Jennifer and Lisa first fell in love, they vowed to follow a life of adventure. The couple had no idea that their promise would lead them to leave their 9-5 jobs, pick up a video camera, and travel to fifteen countries through Asia, Africa and South America for one year. This is their story, and that of the incredible queer activists they met along the way.

MOONLIGHT

The Academy Award-Winning Film

MOONLIGHT is the groundbreaking 2016 coming-of-age film from A24, written and directed by Barry Jenkins based on an unpublished semi-autobiographical play by Tarell Alvin McCraney. It became the first film with an all-black cast and the first LGBTQ-related film to win the Oscar for Best Picture.

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Check out our full collection of original EduGuides here. We have options for video series, films, books, TV series, and more. You're bound to find something perfect for your classroom!