Designed to spark discussion about topics that are typically taboo, but integral to the health and happiness of youth. We started Blume because 60% of women told us their self esteem plummeted as they went through puberty, and we want that stat to change. Accurate sex ed, and open conversation is how we'll get there.Learn More (on Blume.com)
Mandated, medically accurate:
These states require that schools teach sex education only with information backed up by science
Mandated but not required to be medically accurate:
These states require that schools teach sex education, but states can use information that is not backed up by scientific evidence.
Sex education is not mandated:
These states don't require sex education to be taught in schools at all!
Mandated, medically accurate
Mandated but not required to be medically accurate
Mandated accurate but not mandated
Sex education is not mandated
The current state of sex ed scares me. I am 100% in support of Blume’s campaign. They are daring to speak the unspeakable, to make this information accessible for everyone, to go against the grain in hope of a big, positive change. I truly believe that if people get on board with sharing this information with those in their lives we can truly create a better world.
Inclusive sex ed isn’t just important, it’s imperative. As more and more Gen-Z kids come out as gender fluid, non-binary or plan to transition, having non-gendered, free resources available to them to help navigate puberty and their sexuality will be a tremendous help. I wish I had something like this when I started transitioning 14 years ago at the age of 16.
We applaud Blume's efforts to bring sex education to those who need it most: everyone. Dame was founded to close the Pleasure Gap and help every human have a fulfilling, happy sex life. We're proud to call Blume our ally in the fight for sexual wellness!