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parent support 

Naturally and constantly, children develop an understanding of sexuality. They hold urgent questions, absorb cultural messages and attitudes,

and work hard to build a meaningful story for themselves.


For more than 25 years, Greg has helped thousands of parents be more relaxed and confident sexuality educators for their kids. With humor and curiosity he demystifies this critical parent role and offers a graceful, effective approach towards providing what kids need most.

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All of us are educators for each other. Sexuality is

something we share. Along with changing most everything else, 2020 shifted the world of sexuality education away

from classrooms to something that hasn't existed before.


Greg is working now to connect with families far from his home in Seattle. With videos and online learning experiences he's looking to share even more of this work.


Turns out sexuality is bigger and greater than we thought!

Greg Smallidge meets the media –


"Greg has a very easy, comfortable style and a wonderful sense of humor.

     His experience is obvious and very engaging." – parent

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With warmth, empathy and a genuine regard for young people, Greg makes it easy to feel that being smart about sexuality is a great idea.


Offering a thoughtful, positive approach to lifetime sexual health and agency, he develops curriculum, partners with teachers, and leads classes in elementary, middle and high schools.

school lessons



"I liked that it didn't seem weird to talk about this."  5th grader

– click for stories and audio!


online parent events

 coming soon!