If you attended the workshop you might remember an activity we did called “Boys/Girls/Both.” This activity was adapted from the F.L.A.S.H. curriculum. Basically, you give students 3 signs: one that says “boys”, one that says “girls”, and one that says “both.” You also hand out sheets of paper with different changes that happen during puberty (each sheet has its own item on it). You then instruct students to decide if the change happens to boys, girls, or both. I have created a visual support so instead of just having words you can also use pictures. Click here to get a pdf of the support:
You might have seen this visual aid at the workshop. Often folks don’t understand why something as simple as looking at someone else may get them into trouble. This visual support explains how the other person might feel as well as what they can do in various situations. Click on the link if you would like to view this image as a pdf (feel free to copy and use it for educational purposes).