What we do

Sexpression:UK is a student-led charity that empowers young people to make decisions about sex and relationships by running informal and comprehensive sex and relationship sessions in the community.

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  1. Who to contact — contact one of our branches in universities around the UK.
  2. Where we go — we teach in schools and clubs around our branches.
  3. Subjects we teach — we teach about many subjects including sexually transmitted infections, contraception, consent and sexuality.
  • Join a branch — Our branches in universities across the UK train volunteers to run informal and comprehensive sex and relationship sessions.
  • Write to your representatives — ask them to provide the resources sex and relationship education needs.
  • Start a branch — If there's no branch of Sexpression:UK in your university you can start one with other like-minded students.

The 2016 National Conference is our next conference. It will occur in Brighton on the 22nd-23rd October.

Everybody with an interest in sex and relationships education is welcome at our conferences, including people who are not members of Sexpression:UK.


Monitoring and Evaluation Statistics 2015/16

In the 2015/16 academic year, half of our branches:

  • 537 of our volunteers taught 6921 young people
  • Ran 196 workshops
  • At a total time of 289 hours
  • Which is a total of 9,311,580 minutes of volunteer time!

Of young people engaged with, 4509 filled out feedback forms:

  • 76% enjoyed the lesson
  • 84% learned something
  • 81% liked the facilitator
  • 65% felt better prepared to make decisions regarding sex and relationships

"I think sex ed matters because" by Josh Kroll licensed under CC BY 4.0.
"Sexpression:UK icons" by Devon Buchanan licensed under CC BY 4.0.