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Respectfully Disagreeing. The Last Roundtable of this School Year!

April 19, 2024

-“You always disagree with me…” -“No, I don’t.” -“See, you just did it again!” Although the above example is definitely a way to get on the nerves of a sibling,…

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Comprehensive Sex Ed: Out of School!

April 8, 2024

KBFPC’s Education Team is thrilled to offer foundational, age-appropriate sexual & reproductive health knowledge outside of the school day. This FREE, five-day workshop series uses KBFPC’s peer-to-peer education model and…

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Teens & Technology – Parent/Caregiver Workshop

March 15, 2024

Birds, Bees, & Beyond: Teens & Technology is a free event on April 2nd, 5:00-6:30pm at Kenai Peninsula College: Kachemak Bay Campus in Homer. Dinner will be provided. Topic Focus…

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Q & A: Some people say that gender identity is a new concept, but I know there are records of people and societies who didn’t confine themselves to our modern binary. Can you give us a list of notable non-cis people throughout history? Perhaps with sources?

February 12, 2024

Such a cool question. Historical accounts of people who didn’t confine themselves to our modern binary aren’t always easy to find because the modern binary is…modern. The terms gender identity,…

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February Roundtable: How to Set Boundaries

February 9, 2024

Boundaries are necessary. Boundaries keep us safe. Boundaries let others know how we want to be treated. Boundaries are expectations. Boundaries are not threats, requests, or demands.  Boundaries are about how we…

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Birds, Bees, & Beyond: A Parent/Caregiver Quarterly Meetup

January 17, 2024

Birds, Bees, & Beyond is a free event on February 1st, 5:00-6:30pm at Kenai Peninsula College: Kachemak Bay Campus in Homer. Dinner will be provided. Because “The Talk” is never…

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Ask our Peer Educators

Submit your anonymous questions and connect with staff and peer educators. From sexual wellness to mental health to building healthy relationships, we’re here for it and encourage questions! All submissions are anonymous and answers will be shared on our blog.