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Our Reproduction Program is now co-ed; and it should have been co-ed all along. Here’s why.

Separating boys and girls for discussions about sex and sexual health creates a setting enshrouded in mystery and secrecy. In most schools, students aren’t separated by gender for any other subjects, so separating them reinforces the idea that the other gender “shouldn’t know” or “won’t understand” what’s about to be revealed. But puberty and sex education in America has “always been that way,” right? It has prevented young people from thinking they can talk candidly about their bodies or sex in “mixed company."

If we’re honest and think back on our own sex education (if we had it), this practice likely perpetuated gender...

We don't usually promote products (and we're not being paid by any of these folks...) but we love great gifts! We talked with some of our Girlologists across the country and found out what they are giving some of their own daughters. We believe these gifts will spark creativity, boost confidence, support healthy habits or just create special times with friends and family. Let us know what other gifts you find that do the same for your girls!

As another year winds down, we've been reflecting on all the great things that have happened, and much of it is because of our friends like you who help spread the word about what we're doing. Here’s our year-end inventory of our reach.

The Numbers for 2016

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"It got to the point where I would scroll through my accounts and not recognize the girl in the photos; she looked pretty, happy, and popular, but she wasn’t me."

Whether loved or despised, the use of internet and social media has become an integral part of daily life for most Americans, who on average spend over eleven hours a day on virtual media. Long days of research in the office or classroom transition easily into nights of television and Netflix, phones are pulled out even just to wait in line to get coffee, and I hardly know anyone who doesn’t check their texts first thing in the morning. We have deemed this type of behavior socially normal, rather than focusing on the addictive patterns it...


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