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Young people between the ages of 10 and 14 years old can vary greatly in their physical, emotional and social development. Given the range of developmental variation seen in this age group, there are videos that are appropriate for everyone and some that may be more relevant for older or more mature young people. Use this guide to help you gauge which videos are appropriate for your children or the young people you work with.

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EveryoneEveryone

These videos are appropriate for all young people.

TeenTeen

For young people on the older end of 10-14 years.

  • Puberty
  • Puberty and Finding Out Who You Are Teen
  • OH NO B.O. (Changing Bodies) Everyone
  • All About Getting Your Period Everyone
  • Bodies: Different Shapes and Sizes. All Beautiful! Everyone
  • Masturbation: Totally Normal Teen
  • Sad and Happy: Feelings Happen Everyone
  • Top Signs Girls are in Puberty Everyone
  • The Jimmy Pimple Show - All About Male Puberty Everyone
  • Top Signs Boys are in Puberty Everyone
  • How the Boner Grows Everyone
  • Boobs and More Everyone
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Love Is Love: Free to Be Me Teen
  • Talking Sexual Orientation with Jane Everyone
  • Gender Identity
  • Being Female, Male, Transgender or Fluid Everyone
  • Expressing Myself. My Way. Everyone
  • Personal Safety
  • Anti-Bullying Squad Everyone
  • What Is Bullying? Everyone
  • Porn: Fact or Fiction? Teen
  • Wise on the Web Everyone
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships Everyone
  • I Got a Friend | Peer Pressure Animated Music Video Everyone
  • Is it Love? Everyone
  • Consent Everyone
  • When Will I Be Ready? When Should I Have Sex? Teen
  • Friends Forever? Everyone
  • Pregnancy & Reproduction
  • The Contraceptinator Teen
  • Where Do Babies Come From? Everyone
  • Birth Control Basics: Condoms, The Pill & Patch Teen
  • STDs & HIV
  • What Is HIV? Teen
  • The ABCs of STDs Teen