THE SEXEDUCATOR MAGAZINE

WHO IS THE MAGAZINE THE SEXEDUCATOR FOR? HOW CAN THE SEXEDUCATOR HELP ME TEACH SEX EDUCATION? I HAVEN'T RECEIVED AN EMAIL CONFIRMING MY SUBSCRIPTION. I’M A MEMBER OF THE SEXEDUCATOR COMMUNITY BUT I HAVEN'T RECEIVED ANYTHING YET. I ASKED TO RECEIVE THE PRINT VERSION OF THE SEXEDUCATOR BUT I HAVEN'T GOTTEN IT YET. I'D LIKE TO CHANGE MY ACCOUNT SO I CAN RECEIVE THE PRINT VERSION OF THE SEXEDUCATOR. I DON'T WANT TO RECEIVE THE PRINT VERSION OF THE SEXEDUCATOR ANYMORE, BUT I WANT TO KNOW WHEN FUTURE ISSUES COME OUT. I'D LIKE TO GET SOME OF THE OLDER ISSUES OF THE SEXEDUCATOR. I DON'T LIVE IN QUÉBEC AND I'D LIKE TO RECEIVE THE PAPER VERSION OF THE SEXEDUCATOR. I'D LIKE TO GET EXTRA COPIES OF THE SEXEDUCATOR. I'D LIKE TO GET EXTRA COPIES OF THE SEXEDUCATOR AND HAND THEM OUT TO ADOLESCENTS. I'D LIKE TO ADD THE NAME OF A COLLEAGUE TO THE LIST OF MEMBERS. MY COLLEAGUE HAS QUIT HER/HIS JOB. I'D LIKE TO TAKE OVER HER/HIS MEMBERSHIP. HOW DO I CHANGE MY MAILING ADDRESS? HOW DO I CHANGE MY EMAIL ADDRESS? HOW DO I CHANGE MY PASSWORD? I'VE LOST MY PASSWORD. HOW CAN I GET A NEW ONE? HOW DO I UNSUBSCRIBE FROM THE SEXEDUCATOR MAGAZINE?
The magazine The SexEducator is for professionals from the health and social services network, educational institutions and community groups who work with youth aged 12 to 17.
Each issue focuses on a different topic related to sexuality and suggests intervention strategies and educational activities. The magazine also helps youth workers and educators bring up themes related to sexology from different perspectives; it also offers ways to encourage youth to think about and work on the themes proposed.
An automatic email was sent to the email address entered on the form so you can confirm your subscription. Check your Spam/Junk/Bulk folder to see if it is there.
Once you click the link, your registration will be complete. 
Members of the The SexEducator community receive a few emails a year from The SexEducator team, mainly to inform them that a new issue has been published. The magazine's publication schedule varies from year to year.
The older issues are available in PDF. Click here to read them on line. 
Has your account been activated? You have to click on the link that is in the confirmation email. Check your Spam/Junk/Bulk folder to see if it is there.
The magazine's publication schedule varies from year to year.
If you've received an email telling you that a new issue has been published, you'll receive a copy in the mail in a few days. If not, please
  • check your account to make sure it has been activated: you have to click on the link that is in the confirmation email;
  • check that your mailing address is correct: to verify your account, click on "Open a session" at the top right of The SexEducator's home page.
  1. Go to the top right corner on The SexEducator's home page and click on "Open a session".
  2. Enter your username (your email address) and password. 
  3. On the top right, click on "My account".
  4. Once you're in your account, select "Yes" in response to the statement "I would like to receive the print version of The SexEducator, by mail". 
  5. Click on "Save" to record the change you've just made.
  6. You will then see the following message: "Changes to your profile have been saved".  
The print version of the magazine will be sent to you in the future. Older issues are only available in PDF. Click here to read the magazine on line. 
  • Go to the top right corner on The SexEducator's home page and click on "Open a session".
  • Enter your username (your email address) and password. 
  • On the top right, click on "My account".
  • Once you're in your account, select "No" in response to the statement "I would like to receive the print version of The SexEducator, by mail". 
  • Click on "Save" to record the change you've just made.
  • You will then see the following message: "Changes to your profile have been saved".

You will still receive an email letting you know that a new issue is available.
The older issues are only available in PDF. Click here to read them on line.
Only Québec residents can receive a print version of the magazine. You can read the PDF versions of all issues of the magazine by clicking here.
Only one copy is sent per subscription. 

If you work in more than one establishment, you can create an account for each mailing address. Each account must have a different email address. Click here to access the subscription form. You can also invite your colleagues to subscribe to the magazine.
The SexEducator is for professionals only. It is not meant to be given to adolescents. 

Anyone who wishes to become a member has to fill out a form.

Your colleague will have to unsubscribe through a link in an email sent by The SexEducator team or by using this required form.

To join, you must create your own account.

  • Go to the top right corner on The SexEducator's home page and click on "Open a session".
  • Enter your username (your email address) and password. 
  • On the top right, click on "My account".
  • Once you're in your account, replace your old address with your new one.
  • Click on "Save" to record the change you've just made.
  • You will then see the following message: "Changes to your profile have been saved".
Your email address is your ID. First you have to unsubscribe through a link in an email sent by The SexEducator team or by using this required form.

Then you have to open a new account with your new email address.

  • Go to the top right corner on The SexEducator's home page and click on "Open a session".
  • Enter your username (your email address) and your current password. 
  • On the top right, click on "My account".
  • Once you're in your account, replace your old password with a new one.
  • Click on "Save" to record the change you've just made.
  • You will then see the following message: "Changes to your profile have been saved".

Contact us using this required form and you'll receive a new password.
You can unsubscribe through a link in an email sent by The SexEducator team or by using this required form.

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