Resources 2 _ Lynett Olivier

Empowering Sexual Education and Support

Explore a curated selection of resources spanning sexuality education, sexual trauma support, senior sexuality, adolescent sex education, and more. Delve into valuable insights and information to enhance understanding, communication, and well-being in matters of sexuality and relationships.

Resources 3 _ Lynett Olivier
O.School _ Lynett Olivier



O.School is a relevant site providing an incredible range of articles on all that’s sexuality related. It is well resourced and truly a go-to reference.

Senior Sex _ Lynett Olivier


Senior Sexuality

This Hub is a resource for lively, helpful tips and information about sex after age 50. A new feature is “Dear Joan,” an opportunity to ask a brief sex question and get it answered quickly.

Affair Recovery _ Lynett Olivier


Affair Recovery Youtube channel

Affair Recovery help people heal from the pain of affairs and betrayal. Their programs are research based, combining a solid curriculum with the strength of collaborative support to provide solace and recovery for both couples and individuals. Their materials are created by clinical professionals, all of whom have personally experienced infidelity.

Sex Positive Families _ Lynett Olivier


Sex Positive Families

Sex Positive Families is a video channel and website dedicated to assisting parents and primary caregivers to raise sexually healthy children one talk at a time. They cover a wide range of topics as well as “teachable moment” discussion.

Go Ask Alice _ Lynett Olivier


Sex Ed for Adolescents

Go Ask Alice is a well-known site covering an incredible range of topics from reproductive health and wellness, general sexuality concerns, alcohol & drugs, nutrition, emotional wellness and more. Its resource known to children and parents may benefit from the reading materials as well in order to better assist adolescents.

Every Body Curious _ Lynett Olivier


Sex Edu for children and pre-teens

Every Body Curious is a fun and illuminating web series for young people (and their parents!) that explores the birds and the bees with ease in today’s digital landscape. It’s a safe setting where leading sex educators answer real questions from real kids, and open and honest conversations about sexuality, bodies and healthy relationships are encouraged.

Consent _ Lynett Olivier


Consent Explained

Consent explained was created by the Thames Valley Police and is probably the best and most understandable explanation on consent I have come across. Its well worth the watch and provides context for a discussion with your children. My daughter watched this video about 3 times in a row and it opened up discussions we would otherwise have found difficult to explain to the extent the video does. When in doubt, think of tea!

Sex and U _ Lynett Olivier


Sexuality Information: Medical and Lifestyle takes a real-life approach to the questions and issues around sex and sexuality. From talking about sex, to lifestyle choices, to contraception awareness and sexually transmitted infections, provides accurate, credible, and up-to-date information and education on topics related to sexual and reproductive health. is an initiative of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada

OMG YES _ Lynett Olivier


Female Pleasure

This is probably my most favourite site for honest, informative, research based videos (short clips) information and guidance on female pleasure. The site is for females, males and couples and explores the latest science about what feels good and why and provides tools for even happier relationships. Its a small (really) once-off fee, no downloads and access to content whenever. I love this site!

Sexual Abuse and Assault _ Lynett Olivier


Sexual Trauma Support

The impact of sexual assault and abuse cannot be overstated. Survivors of sexual violence may have life-lasting injuries that extend far beyond physical consequences; unfortunately, there are many emotional and psychological reactions that victims of rape and sexual assault can experience. Recovering from assault takes time and patience. The healing process can be painful, but it is possible to regain a sense of control, rebuild self-worth, and eventually heal.