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 #8244 Is It Sexual Harassment?
 #8156 Grounded for Life: Teenage Pregnancy(+$20)
 #30635 Teen Pregnancy: Reel Stories, Real Life(+$30)
 #10381 Date Rape Drugs: An Alert(+$35)
 #8464 Confronting Date Rape: The Girls' Room(+$40)
 #26294 Sexual Harassment: News at Six(+$40)
 #37132 Date Rape: A Violation of Trust(+$40)
 #8170 Teen Dads' Point of View(+$40)
 #8171 Going It Alone: Preparing for Single Parenthood(+$40)
 #8190 Kids Having Kids: Teenage Pregnancy(+$40)
 #8191 Kids Raising Kids: Teenage Parenthood(+$40)
 #8454 The Dating Bill of Rights(+$50)
 #11425 Healthy Relationships(+$50)
 #1415 Sexual Dysfunction(+$50)
 #1416 The Sexual Brain(+$50)
 #2038 Teens, Sex, and AIDS(+$50)
 #9239 Truth, Sex, and Videotape: What Teens Really Think and Do about Sex(+$50)
 #37142 Understanding Hepatitis B(+$50)
 #1055 Rape: An Act of Hate(+$50)
 #8818 You Oughta Know: Teens Talk about Dating and Abuse(+$50)
 #11021 A Journey Back: From Rape to Healing(+$50)
 #5342 Florence and Robin: Lesbian Parenthood(+$50)
 #11334 Throwaway Teens(+$50)
 #1438 Preventing Teen Pregnancy(+$50)
 #2378 Teenage Pregnancy(+$50)
 #30534 Teen Parents: Making It Work(+$50)
 #10786 Red Flags: Avoiding Abusive Relationships(+$56)
 #25703 Is It Love or Is It Gross? ... Is It...Sexual Harassment?(+$58)
 #26523 Teen Parenting: The Baby Owner's Manual(+$58)
 #6122 Teen Sex: The Chastity Crusade(+$60)
 #35625 Genital Herpes(+$60)
 #11384 Understanding Healthy Relationships and Sexuality(+$90)
 #5795 Unsafe Sex and Its Consequences(+$90)
 #11385 Considering Birth Control, Pregnancy, and Childbirth Options(+$90)
 #11386 Avoiding Infectious and Sexually Transmitted Diseases(+$90)
 #30493 Exposed: The Continuing Story of AIDS(+$90)
 #36012 Portraits in Human Sexuality: Nonconsensual Sexuality(+$90)
 #6308 Recovery from Sexual Abuse(+$90)
 #7657 The Rape Drug: A New Menace(+$90)
 #9226 The Sex Offender Next Door(+$90)
 #34481 Date Violence: A Young Woman's Guide(+$90)
 #7514 Multiple Genders: Mind and Body in Conflict(+$90)
 #29972 Caught in the Crossfire: Children of Gay and Lesbian Parents(+$90)
 #14472 Sexual Harassment Awareness Package(+$95.9)
 #2034 Sexual Assault(+$110)
 #8347 Juvenile Sex Offenders: Voices Unheard(+$110)
 #37311 Adult Entertainment: A Psychosocial Study of an American Obsession-Educator's Edition(+$110)
 #39469 The Age of Consent: Sex and the American Legal System(+$110)
 #4433 Educating Pregnant Teens(+$110)
 #8169 Teenage Pregnancy(+$119.95)
 #8189 Growing Up Fast: A Guide to Unplanned Parenthood(+$119.95)
 #11383 Human Sexuality: A Contemporary Guide(+$349.9)

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#8244 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Is It Sexual Harassment? (Run time 14 min.) DVD $39.95

Scenarios Video and WorkbookThis is the perfect complement to Sexual Harassment: Crossing the Line. The workbook reinforces materials covered and provides exercises which help users relate the information to themselves. It includes thought-provoking scenarios and asks viewers to decide if each scene depicts a sexual harassment situation. Can be used as a stand-alone unit for educating groups or individuals about what actions constitute sexual harassment, how it affects people, and specific steps that can be taken to stop a harasser. A great discussion starter and an effective means for creating awareness of inappropriate behavior. One 14-minute video.A Cambridge Educational Production.

#8156 Teen Pregnancy - Grounded for Life: Teenage Pregnancy (Run time 39 min.) DVD $59.95

Grounded for Life examines the rising national trend of unplanned pregnancies in the teen population. Utilizing actual case studies and interviews with teenage mothers, it illustrates the risk factors, motivations, and thought processes associated with the rapidly growing teenage pregnancy problem. Thought-provoking footage of single teenage parents portrays the economic and emotional hardships they face. Detailed investigations of educational programs for students and parents, self-evaluation, birth control, and counseling are examined in an open manner. Closing perspectives given by teen mothers and fathers provide backdrop for many classroom discussions and assignments. One of the most informative, intriguing classroom videos available today. A Cambridge Educational Production. One 39-minute video.

#30635 Teen Pregnancy - Teen Pregnancy: Reel Stories, Real Life (Run time 15 min.) DVD $69.95

Being a teenager is difficult enough. Try being a parent at the same time! This program follows the stories of three young women with unplanned pregnancies-15-year-old Valerie, 17-year-old Karina, and 18-year-old Sara. The program also presents another couple, Amanda and Tomas, who have chosen abstinence. In three segments, the teens are interviewed over the course of their pregnancies and after they have become mothers. In this emotional roller-coaster, labor might be the least of their difficulties as Karina and Sara's boyfriends eventually walk out, Sara decides to put her baby up for adoption, and none of the young women return to school. A viewable/printable instructor's guide is available online. (15 minutes)

#10381 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Date Rape Drugs: An Alert (Run time 17 min.) DVD $74.95

Although there are many sources of excellent personal safety tips for men and women, there is a new danger that you can't see, smell, or taste. This video will refresh viewers on safety precautions to take that will greatly reduce the risk of being raped. And beyond that you will hear information on Rohypnol and other "date rape drugs"...their street names, how they affect your body, what they look like, and how they can be administered. This video also provides concrete examples of how to protect yourself by using common sense. It's no longer enough to be aware of your surroundings, your companions, and keeping yourself out of potentially dangerous situations. Information is the key to protecting yourself against the misuse of these drugs. A Meridian Production.One 16-minute video.

#8464 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Confronting Date Rape: The Girls' Room (Run time 48 min.) DVD $79.95

Date rape is a crime of anger, power, and control, not sex. This program follows four girls who meet every morning to discuss their lives, their loves, and their feelings. When one of them is raped by a friend, the consequences are devastating. Did she lead him on? Was it okay, since they had been dating for a while? She said "no," but was that enough? The final portion of the program includes interviews with rape crisis counselors and psychologists, who examine the causes of date rape and the long- and short-term psychological consequences. An excellent presentation of a pertinent topic. A Cambridge Educational Production. (48 minutes)

#26294 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Sexual Harassment: News at Six (Run time 14 min.) DVD $79.95

When a group of middle school students happens to see a local news story on sexual harassment, they decide to build a school project around this interesting but often misunderstood topic. Using a video camera, they roam the halls of their school and discover, to their amazement, that sexual harassment is alive and well, even in the middle school. Through tasteful dramatizations, some very real issues are explored including a working definition of sexual harassment and some clear examples designed to relate to viewers. This is an excellent introduction to a difficult topic. At various points in the video, viewers are asked to stop the tape and discuss specific questions relating to information they have just seen. They will see an example of sexual harassment and decide if it's true, what's wrong with the behavior, and how the individuals might have done things differently. By the end of the video, our students have gained a much better understanding of this uncomfortable issue...and so will yours. A Meridian Production.One 14-minute video.

#37132 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Date Rape: A Violation of Trust (Run time 29 min.) DVD $79.95

To the average student, the definitions of date rape and sexual assault are notoriously unclear. Use this program to eliminate the confusion so young adults understand exactly what these things are-and the attitudes and biases that typically accompany them-before anyone gets hurt. The video firmly reinforces the concepts that rape has its roots in hate crime; date rape is just as wrong as rape by a stranger; a victim is never "asking for it," no matter how the person dresses; and no one ever "deserves it." The video also underscores the rules of the dating game: a date is not an invitation for sex; No means No; and the inability to give consent doesn't mean Yes. Interviews with rape survivors and mental health professionals shed additional light on the trauma caused by rape, the process of post-rape emotional recovery, and the importance of post-rape support by family and friends. Date rape drugs are given special attention, and tips on safer dating are provided. A viewable/printable instructor's guide is available online. Correlates to all applicable National and State Educational Standards including the NCLB Act. A Cambridge Educational Production. (28 minutes)

#8170 Teen Pregnancy - Teen Dads' Point of View (Run time 38 min.) DVD $79.95

This program examines teenage pregnancy from the teenage father's point of view. It is an in-depth look at the attitudes of young men toward sex, birth control, and teenage fatherhood. Teen pregnancy, its cost to society, and the plight of young mothers and their newborns are discussed, along with how most young fathers deal with the reality of a pregnant girlfriend. A final section examines the role of teenage fathers in child-rearing, and discusses ways in which they can learn better parenting skills and become more involved. However, the message here is clear: teenage parenting is difficult at best, and teens should seriously consider sexual abstinence. A Cambridge Educational Production. (40 minutes)

#8171 Teen Pregnancy - Going It Alone: Preparing for Single Parenthood (Run time 29 min.) DVD $79.95

This program provides young men and women with realistic expectations about what single parenthood is like and what skills they will need to cope. Topics include prenatal care, daycare and finances, and tending to their own emotional needs and those of their newborn. Case studies that discuss the pregnancy, birth, and child-rearing help viewers to identify with their own situation. Experts offer advice, including how to balance home and work with raising a child. This is an excellent vehicle for classroom discussion and a no-holds-barred view of the realities of single parenthood. A Cambridge Educational Production. (35 minutes)

#8190 Teen Pregnancy - Kids Having Kids: Teenage Pregnancy (Run time 40 min.) DVD $79.95

This hard-hitting documentary uses interviews with several girls, their boyfriends, parents, counselors, teachers, and other professionals to examine one of the most critical issues facing young Americans today. Exploring the reasons why so many teenagers get pregnant, the video looks at the facts on adolescent sexual behavior and attitudes toward birth control. Although the emphasis is focused on the mother-to-be, the program also studies the parental obligations of the male and stresses the need for open communication and realistic decision-making. A Cambridge Educational Production. (40 minutes)

#8191 Teen Pregnancy - Kids Raising Kids: Teenage Parenthood (Run time 42 min.) DVD $79.95

Young mothers need to be aware of the benefits and problems associated with the options of marriage or single parenting. This program stresses the importance of developing a positive and responsible attitude in order to make the best of the situation. The video provides information on finding a doctor, prenatal care, and the benefits of a practical diet, exercise, and childbirth classes, as well as advice on adjusting to the baby, assuming responsibility, continuing education, finding help, and managing finances. A Cambridge Educational Production. (42 minutes)

#8454 Dating & Responsible Relationships - The Dating Bill of Rights (Run time 26 min.) DVD $89.95

Dating is an important part of becoming an adult, but it can also be confusing and frightening. This Emmy Award-winning program presents basic guidelines that clarify common myths, such as that "no" really means "yes." Abuse and respect, sexual stereotypes, how to break up, and preventing violence are all discussed, along with what true love is ... and is not. Skits, dialogue, and quizzes engage the audience and present sensitive material in a very hip format. (26 minutes)

#11425 Dating & Responsible Relationships - Healthy Relationships (Run time 33 min.) DVD $89.95

Emotional abuse, fits of jealousy, and the use of physical force have no place in a healthy romantic or friendly relationship. This enlightening program offers teenagers practical approaches to nurturing healthy behavior in themselves and in others. Experts offer guidelines for dealing with specific dating or friendship problems and for handling peer pressure, which often leads to poor choices in teen relationships. Tips for ending unhealthy relationships are included as well. A Cambridge Educational Production. (33 minutes)

#1415 Sex Education - Sexual Dysfunction (Run time 19 min.) DVD $89.95

This program examines the psychological causes of sexual disinterest, the use of sex surrogates, and the treatment of male impotence through penile implants. (19 min. color)

#1416 Sex Education - The Sexual Brain (Run time 28 min.) DVD $89.95

Study of the brain provides some of the answers that separate cultural and social from physiological distinctions between the sexes. Mammalian brains, including our own, show distinct differences between male and female in the thickness of the cortex and the size of the corpus callosum. The program shows some startling effects of hormone injections on brain structure and raises provocative questions about the sexual and reproductive roots of structural differences between males and females. (28 minutes)

#2038 Sex Education - Teens, Sex, and AIDS (Run time 28 min.) DVD $89.95

This program combines an open and candid discussion among teens about their AIDS concerns with dramatizations of teens dealing with decisions about sex. The scenarios involve a young man being pressured by a friend into having sex with his girlfriend, and a sexually active young couple using birth control responsibly, but uncertain how to proceed in the face of the AIDS crisis. The discussion part of the program is hosted by Too Close for Comfort star Jm J. Bullock and Rebecca Street of The Young and the Restless. Lynda Madaras and Christian Haren, noted sex education specialists, provide added commentary. (28 minutes)

#9239 Sex Education - Truth, Sex, and Videotape: What Teens Really Think and Do about Sex (Run time 14 min.) DVD $89.95

From New York and Los Angeles to Kendallville, Indiana, young adolescents are making decisions on sexual issues that will shape the rest of their lives. Shouldn't parents be in the loop? In this program, ABC News anchors Diane Sawyer and Sam Donaldson turn loose five middle-class teenagers with video cameras to do their own investigative reporting on the primal issue of sexuality. In addition, two well-known authors on the subject-sociologist Dr. Pepper Schwartz and anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher-and the mothers of three of the teen correspondents add their insights and observations to an issue that has momentous societal and health implications. (14 minutes)

#37142 Sex Education - Understanding Hepatitis B (Run time 24 min.) DVD $89.95

More harmful and resilient than its alphabetic precursor, Hepatitis B is usually transmitted sexually or through other close bodily contact. This program explains what distinguishes HBV from other hepatitis strains, how it can infect the human body and still go undetected for decades, and how it can be prevented with vaccines. Physicians specializing in hepatitis research and care-including Dr. Robert Perrillo of the Ochsner Clinic Foundation, Dr. Anna Lock of the University of Michigan Medical Center, and Dr. Frank Mahoney, chief of the CDC's Hepatitis Prevention Unit-outline both successful and tragic case studies and guide viewers through the public health benefits of HBV education and immunization programs. A Films for the Humanities & Sciences Production. (23 minutes)

#1055 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Rape: An Act of Hate (Run time 30 min.) DVD $89.95

FBI statistics show that a woman is raped every seven minutes in the United States. These are reported rapes; probably ten times as many rapes go unreported. Hosted by actress Veronica Hamel, this program seeks to determine why people rape and to help people protect themselves against this crime. It examines the history and mythology of rape, and explains who are its most likely victims. The program contains interviews with experts in the fields of media, law enforcement, and sociology. (30 minutes)

#8818 Sexual Assault & Harassment - You Oughta Know: Teens Talk about Dating and Abuse (Run time 24 min.) DVD $89.95

Dating abuse can manifest physically, sexually, or emotionally, and both women and men are its victims. In this straightforward program, a youth relationships facilitator and a diverse group of teenagers speak out about abusive relationships: how to identify them; what causes them; why, once in them, couples often try to make them work; and what should be done about them. All agree that a healthy relationship is about respect and support, not power and control-and that if a relationship doesn't feel right, it probably isn't. (24 minutes)

#11021 Sexual Assault & Harassment - A Journey Back: From Rape to Healing (Run time 22 min.) DVD $89.95

On the seventh anniversary of her rape, Nancy Venable Raine began writing about it. Six years later, After Silence: Rape and My Journey Back was published, and the rapist's emotional hold on her, in the form of unresolved issues, was finally broken. In this program, Ms. Raine talks with ABC News anchor Ted Koppel about the painful details of the assault, the strain on her subsequent marriage, her interrupted attempt at suicide, and the ongoing process of recovery and reconciliation, which has included psychotherapy by a specialist in rape trauma. (22 minutes)

#5342 Sexual Orientation - Florence and Robin: Lesbian Parenthood (Run time 52 min.) DVD $89.95

Florence and Robin are currently immersed in fertility charts, thermometers, and ovulation kits. Like many other young couples, they are trying to have a baby. The only difference is that Florence and Robin are lesbians. This frank program follows their extraordinary journey towards parenthood in a land of extreme attitudes toward lesbianism, from a sperm bank run by lesbians for lesbians in San Francisco to the traditionalism of Virginia, where a lesbian mother recently lost custody of her son. Florence Spalding (the partner trying to conceive) and Robin Ruotolo give a unique insight into their struggle in a world which considers them abnormal. The program also meets the children of lesbian and gay couples and talks to pupils at a nursery school where one in six has gay parents. Most children of the "Gayby Boom" are under six years old; there is no certain knowledge of how their lives will develop, and expert opinion varies. Most homosexuals come from heterosexual families. Who can say how these children will grow up? Meanwhile, Florence and Robin anxiously await the results of their pregnancy test. (52 minutes)

#11334 Sexual Orientation - Throwaway Teens (Run time 27 min.) DVD $89.95

In this program, ABC News anchor Connie Chung explores the plight of young people who are disowned by their families because of their sexual orientation and are forced to live or die on the streets. Intimate case studies involving three teenagers struggling to exist in Los Angeles, Des Moines, and New York City provide insights into homelessness, child prostitution, drug abuse, and attitudes toward homosexuality. A sampling of services available to street kids, provided by organizations such as the Hetrick-Martin Institute and the Iowa Homeless Youth Center, are profiled. (27 minutes)

#1438 Teen Pregnancy - Preventing Teen Pregnancy (Run time 28 min.) DVD $89.95

A statistically unwarranted number of teen pregnancies result in handicapped infants and medical problems for the mothers. The recommendations of this specially adapted Phil Donahue program are that parents initiate sex education of their children beginning in the preteen years and promote a combination of sexual abstinence and education about contraceptives. (28 minutes)

#2378 Teen Pregnancy - Teenage Pregnancy (Run time 26 min.) DVD $89.95

This program from The Doctor Is In follows several pregnant teenagers through the births of their children and subsequent changes in their lives: it is a sobering look at the realities and responsibilities of teenage pregnancy. It will help other teenagers understand how life changes when a baby is born and comes home. The program explains that nurses' visits during pregnancy and the first two years of the baby's life can help change some of the problems of depression and poverty. A Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center production. (26 minutes)

#30534 Teen Pregnancy - Teen Parents: Making It Work (Run time 19 min.) DVD $89.95

Filmed in an urban setting, this classic program profiles teenage couples and single parents who express what they believe enables them to successfully raise their children: a lot of love for their babies, a healthy sense of self-respect, solid family support, and a very strong determination to succeed-at home, in school, and in life. The stresses faced by teen moms living with their parents are also explored, and advice is offered on how to deal with differences of opinion and well-meaning interference. Suggestions on how to involve reluctant teen dads in child-raising are included as well. The Laurence G. Paquin School for Expectant Teen Mothers, in Baltimore, is profiled. (19 minutes)

#10786 Dating & Responsible Relationships - Red Flags: Avoiding Abusive Relationships (Run time 21 min.) DVD $95.95

What if dating were like football, where flags are thrown when the rules are broken? In this award-winning program, the Love Referee does just that, using his red flag system to stop the action when abusive dating situations develop. Play-by-play coverage of scenarios involving sexual pressure, manipulative and obsessive behavior, physical abuse, lying, and problem lifestyles help make it easier to recognize and avoid those pitfalls in real life. The overall message? Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and to feel safe on a date. A Meridian Production. (21 minutes)

#25703 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Is It Love or Is It Gross? ... Is It...Sexual Harassment? (Run time 25 min.) DVD $97.95

This engaging video presentation uses the format of a call-in radio show for teens to discuss sexual harassment. Teens need to understand this growing problem, not just in the adult world, but in their own world as well. Sexual harassment is defined, discussed in several different possible situations, and a plan for dealing with sexual harassment is explained. Includes a spontaneous discussion with actual teens relating their own experiences with sexual harassment. (26 min.) A Meridian Production.

#26523 Teen Pregnancy - Teen Parenting: The Baby Owner's Manual (Run time 20 min.) DVD $97.95

Stresses the special importance of healthy parenting for teen parents, a population that does not usually have as much preparation for parenthood as older parents. Includes discussion of prenatal care, discipline options, and the importance for teen parents to have an outlet for the extra frustrations they face, as well as a source of support. (20 min.) A Meridian Production.

#6122 Sex Education - Teen Sex: The Chastity Crusade (Run time 26 min.) DVD $99.95

This program looks at two different approaches to the issue of sex education and discusses the merits of each. On one side are those who are teaching chastity and prohibiting discussions of safe sex or birth control-an approach that has been adopted by some school boards. In sharp contrast, a more liberal approach is being taken by those teaching the pros and cons of contraception. (26 minutes)

#35625 Sex Education - Genital Herpes (Run time 28 min.) DVD $99.95

The shock and stigma that often follow a genital herpes diagnosis are difficult to overcome. This program deals with the physical side of the disease-explaining how it is contracted, how it manifests itself, and how it can be treated-as well as its social and emotional impact. Interviews with distinguished medical professionals shed light on specific developments in the fight against genital herpes, including the advent of powerful antiviral drugs, the special needs of pregnant women, and the relationship between herpes and HIV. Additional commentary from a psychologist who counsels herpes sufferers reinforces one patient's insistence that "there is life after herpes." (23 minutes)

#11384 Dating & Responsible Relationships - Understanding Healthy Relationships and Sexuality (Run time 29 min.) DVD $129.95

This program furnishes background on the issues of sexual expression, preference, and choice and sensitively identifies the characteristics of the sexually healthy adult. Topics under discussion include different types of relationships, factors that influence the formation and maintenance of relationships, and social and psychological perspectives on people as sexual beings. (29 minutes)

#5795 Sex Education - Unsafe Sex and Its Consequences (Run time 20 min.) DVD $129.95

Every year, about 15 million Americans contract a sexually-transmitted disease. Some of these STDs are curable, some last a lifetime, others can be fatal. This program identifies the most common STDs, other than HIV, and their symptoms and treatments. It emphasizes the need and the means for preventing them; it also illustrates the social effects of STDs in its focus on a woman diagnosed with an STD who has to decide how to tell a future spouse, and an infected couple who are afraid to show their faces on screen because of the stigma attached to STDs. The need for better education in schools and at home is stressed, as well as the overriding need for STD prevention. (20 minutes)

#11385 Sex Education - Considering Birth Control, Pregnancy, and Childbirth Options (Run time 29 min.) DVD $129.95

Regardless of whether it is a planned decision or an unexpected surprise, parenthood is a responsibility that requires the utmost consideration. This program explores the subject of family planning, from birth control options, to pregnancy, to the basics of childbirth. The effects of parenthood on previous personal life goals are discussed. Options for coping with infertility are covered as well. (29 minutes)

#11386 Sex Education - Avoiding Infectious and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Run time 29 min.) DVD $129.95

This program provides an overview of how to reduce the risks of contracting infectious diseases of all types, with an emphasis on sexually transmitted diseases. Major STDs such as HIV and other infectious diseases are profiled, outlining their risk factors and describing their symptoms. The body's natural defense mechanisms, including the immune system, the skin, mucous membranes, and enzymes, and medical interventions such as vaccines are discussed. (29 minutes)

#30493 Sex Education - Exposed: The Continuing Story of AIDS (Run time 59 min.) DVD $129.95

Dennis, Paulie, Andy, and Mary are the best of friends. But when Mary is diagnosed with HIV, anyone who at one time or another has had unsafe sex with her needs to be tested too-and that means Dennis, Paulie, and Andy. This intense film realistically captures the heart-wrenching experience of personally coming to terms with HIV, forcefully bringing home the idea that the disease is as avoidable as it is lethal while touching on issues such as peer pressure, sexual conduct, and familial relationships. Teachers and counselors working with students whose attitudes toward sexual relationships put them at risk will appreciate Exposed's emphasis on prevention and its "yes, it can happen to you" message. (59 minutes)

#36012 Sex Education - Portraits in Human Sexuality: Nonconsensual Sexuality (Run time 40 min.) DVD $129.95

Without consent, sexual intercourse is nothing less than rape. This program offers insights into sexual victimization through interviews with a young woman who was raped in her own home by an armed assailant and a young man who was expelled from college on a charge of acquaintance rape. Also, a rehabilitation service for sexual offenders is profiled, with an emphasis on the treatment of deviant sexual arousal and the cognitive restructuring, victim impact awareness, and empathy skills development that goes into it. Contains mature themes and explicit language. (40 minutes)

#6308 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Recovery from Sexual Abuse (Run time 48 min.) DVD $129.95

This drama is about five teenagers who are working to recover from the effects of sexual abuse in the context of a teen group. The program is designed to acknowledge and validate the feelings and experiences of teens and adults who have been sexually abused, and to encourage recovery within a context of healing and hope. Each of the teens talks about his or her feelings of fear, sadness, anger, depression, guilt, and confusion and the ways in which they have coped with these feelings. The six segments of the program show us six "movements" in the process of healing, as the teens give each other support over a period of six months. At the last meeting, the program observes that each teen is beginning to move towards a safe and healthy life. User's guide also available (see item #500). (48 minutes)

#7657 Sexual Assault & Harassment - The Rape Drug: A New Menace (Run time 26 min.) DVD $129.95

This program examines the use of the drug Rohypnol to sedate women in order to take sexual advantage of them on dates. It follows two such cases through interviews with victims and their attorneys. The drug, both odorless and flavorless, can be mixed with alcohol and renders the victim easy prey for her attacker. Available in 64 countries, the drug also leaves its victim with complete or partial amnesia, making prosecution of offenders nearly impossible. This program puts the spotlight on a growing social problem. (26 minutes)

#9226 Sexual Assault & Harassment - The Sex Offender Next Door (Run time 46 min.) DVD $129.95

Convicted child molester Jonathan Hawes is a marked man. Although out on parole and free to live wherever he chooses, he is regarded by his neighbors with suspicion, fear, and animosity. In part one of this program, ABC News anchor Ted Koppel, Jonathan Hawes' parole officer, two of Hawes' neighbors, and a woman who blocked Hawes' attempt to move into her neighborhood address the impact of Hawes' residency in Gaston, Oregon, and why a predatory sex offender is held in greater disdain than even a murderer. In part two, in which one of Hawes' child victims recounts the attack, Ted Koppel, Hawes' mother, and Jonathan Hawes himself discuss Hawes' struggle to break with his past-and the struggles of others to keep him chained to it. Some content may be objectionable. (39 minutes)

#34481 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Date Violence: A Young Woman's Guide (Run time min.) DVD $129.95

The need to have someone special in your life is particularly pressing in adolescence. But what happens when that relationship turns violent? Using dramatizations, this program offers information to teens on how to recognize an abusive relationship, and what to do about it. Media glorification of sex and violence, dysfunctional male role models, and thirst for control are examined as the roots of male violence toward women. Forms of abuse range from criticism, insults, humiliation, withholding affection, control over decision-making, and name-calling, to hitting, biting, and forced sex. A discussion on the importance of self-esteem, and how to rebuild it after leaving an abusive relationship, concludes the program on a hopeful note. (22 minutes)

#7514 Sexual Orientation - Multiple Genders: Mind and Body in Conflict (Run time 39 min.) DVD $129.95

Instinctively, we say there are two sexes. But does this always reflect reality? In this program, Dr. Stephen Whittle argues that it does not. Whittle further contends that society must recognize transsexuals, like himself, and others, like Arthur and Del, who are hermaphrodites-sexual hybrids. Arthur has male and female attributes and wants to keep them in the interest of maintaining his psychic balance and identity. Del, born female, favors her male side and has written a book charting her physical transition to an "inter-sex." A theologian addresses the moral implications of multisexual orientation, while a physician and polygendered people ask: Is sex the same as gender? Are inter-sexes mistakes or part of nature? Do parents have the right to demand reconstructive surgery for their polysexual newborns? A thoughtful and measured investigation of a seldom-discussed and provocative topic. (39 minutes)

#29972 Sexual Orientation - Caught in the Crossfire: Children of Gay and Lesbian Parents (Run time 27 min.) DVD $129.95

Prompted by the surprising comments of her own daughter, director and lesbian mother Sandra Williams made this program to give voice to the thoughts, emotions, and positive and negative experiences of seven children who are being raised by gay or lesbian parents. The children, ranging in age from 8 to 16, speak about their parents' sexuality and how it makes their own lives complicated and often difficult. What comes through in these sometimes painful disclosures is the strength of the bond between child and parent. (27 minutes)

#14472 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Sexual Harassment Awareness Package (Run time min.) DVD $135.85

Is there a line between consensual flirting and unacceptable harassment? Can sexual harassment exist in schools? What should you do if you feel you are being sexually harassed? The only way to remove sexual harassment from work and school environments is to educate ourselves about the problem and ways to deal with it. This informative video explains different kinds of sexual harassment, defines the factors motivating harassers, and provides specific techniques for dealing with the problem. Viewers learn the steps they should take if they are being harassed or if they witness the harassment of others. These specific techniques include keeping journals, the broken record technique, talking to supervisors, sending memos, using grievance procedures, and filing formal complaints. A Cambridge Educational Production. Includes Sexual Harassment: Crossing the Line video, Sexual Harassment Scenarios video, and Sexual Harassment Workbook.

#2034 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Sexual Assault (Run time 19 min.) DVD $149.95

In this program, the hospital's protocol for rape victims is outlined, the importance of a detailed physical exam following a rape is discussed, and the collection kits used by physicians to gather such evidence as samples of hair and traces of semen are described. The program stresses the importance of a rape victim having a counselor with her throughout the emergency room visit. A police department lab technician explains how information can be extracted from hair and other samples, and a rape counselor discusses the need for follow-up care in the treatment of rape-trauma syndrome. The program also focuses on DNA printing, a more accurate method of identification; a molecular biologist discusses the future of DNA printing; and an attorney discusses the danger that information acquired through DNA printing might be misused. (19 minutes)

#8347 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Juvenile Sex Offenders: Voices Unheard (Run time 58 min.) DVD $149.95

An average pedophile will molest 363 children in his or her lifetime. This program goes to a lock-down and into the community to develop a profile of juvenile sex offenders and to study the pioneering work of organizations attempting to reintegrate offenders into society. Interviews with experts reveal the causes behind the actions of young sex offenders, including sex abuse in their own young lives. At the Family Service Society in Marion, Indiana, offenders, some voluntarily and others under court order, engage in unique therapy sessions. There intervention, designed to prevent them from carrying their activities into their adult lives, helps them understand and correct their habitual behavior. (58 minutes)

#37311 Sexual Assault & Harassment - Adult Entertainment: A Psychosocial Study of an American Obsession-Educator's Edition (Run time 55 min.) DVD $149.95

Award-winning director Lance Tracy balances serious science with tongue-in-cheek humor to create a documentary scrutinizing the scope and effects of pornography that is informative, compelling, and unsettling. Constructing an experiment to identify attitudinal and behavioral changes that manifest as a result of viewing porn-a study in the manner of the Annenberg School of Communications and California State University studies-Tracy tracks two men, one single and one married, for 60 days. The effects of a 30-day regimen of X-rated DVDs, Internet porn, adult mags, sex shops, and strip clubs, followed by a 30-day readjustment period, are both illuminating and dismaying. Porn addiction, the sex-industrial complex, and porn-related freedom of speech issues are also explored. Commentary by the University of Pennsylvania's Mary Anne Layden; Judith Reisman, author of "Soft Porn" Plays Hardball; Robert Weiss, of the Sexual Recovery Institute; Michael Castleman, author of Great Sex; and psychologist Daniel Linz is featured. Contains mature themes and explicit language and imagery. Some language may be offensive. Also included are an expurgated audio track and 18 video clips on topics ranging from porn statistics, to the effects of porn on sexual and emotional intimacy, to the influence of porn on children (DVD only). Viewable/printable documents such as the actual 88-question study survey and the survey results for the single subject, the married subject, and his wife are available online. (55 minutes + 24 minutes of bonus material)

#39469 Sexual Assault & Harassment - The Age of Consent: Sex and the American Legal System (Run time min.) DVD $149.95

In this ABC News program, John Stossel sheds light on troubling issues involving sexual behavior and criminal justice. Case studies include the story of 18-year-old Jon, who spent a year in jail after having sex with a 14-year-old girl-although her father later regretted pressing charges and tried to have Jon removed from Florida's sex offender registry. Other reports concern an alleged sex offender who was "framed" by his younger sister, a father whose sexual transgression as a teenager now impacts his freedom as a parent, and the prevalence of double standards among American parents and politicians. Megan's Law is a featured topic. Original ABC News broadcast title: The Age of Consent. (37 minutes)

#4433 Teen Pregnancy - Educating Pregnant Teens (Run time 25 min.) DVD $149.95

This program takes a candid look at teenage pregnancy and attitudes toward it through the forthright views of a group of young women-the youngest is 12-attending school together with their children. Regret, fear, shame, and uncertainty are common to the group; helping them to cope and prepare for the future is the task of their proud and evidently successful teacher. (25 minutes)

#8169 Teen Pregnancy - Teenage Pregnancy (Run time min.) DVD $159.9

This two-part series explores the realities of teenage pregnancy and single parenthood. Using case studies, expert advice, and testimony from actual teenage parents, the programs provide an excellent catalyst for classroom discussion. A Cambridge Educational Production. 2-part series, 35-40 minutes each.

#8189 Teen Pregnancy - Growing Up Fast: A Guide to Unplanned Parenthood (Run time min.) DVD $159.9

This two-part series takes an unflinching look at the facts on adolescent sexual behavior and attitudes toward birth control. It also outlines the choices facing an expectant teen mother and stresses the importance of developing a positive and responsible attitude in order to make the best of the situation. A Cambridge Educational Production. 2-part series, 40-42 minutes each.

#11383 Sex Education - Human Sexuality: A Contemporary Guide (Run time min.) DVD $389.85

This three-part series authoritatively addresses the subject of human sexuality, offering solid information on healthy relationships, the responsibilities of parenthood, risk factors for contracting HIV, and other topics that too few young adults fully understand. 3-part series, 29 minutes each.

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