Prevention being among Marie-Vincent’s central pillars, we are incredibly proud to announce that project leader and trainer Stéphanie Roy helped develop content for four episodes of the “Mon guide sexu” podcast (in French only), now officially available on Radio-Canada OHdio.
The storylines were proposed by actor and author Lily Thibeault, our collaborator during the 2021 production of the ÉVEIL podcast. Stéphanie saw to certain adjustments to ensure that everything was as realistic and child-friendly as possible. She was also involved in creating content for the answers and was among those involved in the studio recording.
“Mon guide sexu” is an initiative born out of a determination to answer any and all questions children aged 6 to 12 may have about sexuality. The podcast deals with a wide range of topics like anatomy, love, friendship, egalitarian relationships, good and bad secrets, intimacy, stereotypes and so much more.
A comprehensive tool
Each 10-minute episode features stories that let children identify with a character who is facing certain situations and looking for answers. These stories are interspersed with segments where host Lily Thibeault chats with different contributors who work for various organizations.
“Mon guide sexu” is a tool created for parents who are sometimes faced with complicated questions they may be unprepared to answer, for primary school teachers who may need help with sexuality education, but also, and more importantly, to provide children with all the answers to their many questions.
Collaborating on the development of this tool is truly a great source of pride for Marie-Vincent. By helping to prevent sexual violence and promoting sexual and emotional health, it will undoubtedly help build a protective community around our kids.
To listen to the episodes Marie-Vincent collaborated on:
Mon guide sexu 6-9 ans (ages 6 to 9)
Mon guide sexu 10-12 ans (ages 10 to 12)