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Sex and gender roles, from Gender or sex: Who cares?, Ipas, US, 2001, http://www.ipas.org/en/Resources/Ipas%20Publications/Gender-or-sex--Who-cares-.aspx

Gender boxes, from Isofi toolkit: Tools for learning and action on gender and sexuality. For publication information, see Other Resources.

A day in the life, from Keep the best, change the rest: Participatory tools for working with communities on gender and sexuality, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Great Britain, 2007, www.aidsalliance.org/resources/316-257-keep-the-best-change-the-rest

The dominoes game, Sexy bingo, and A tale of 2 families, from Games for Adolescent Reproductive Health, Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH), US 2002, www.path.org/publications/files/gamesbook.pdf

How to make an "I" statement, and Where do we feel pleasure, from Sexuality and life-skills', "One way of telling people how we think and feel," International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Great Britain, 2008, www.aidsalliance.org/resources/317-our-future-teaching-sexuality-and-lifeskills

Want, Willing and Won’t, from How to Get the Sex You Want - 14, Sexplanations with Dr. Doe, US, 2013, youtu.be/xoYxd3E3UXU

A Treasure Hunt, from Feel! Think! Act! A guide to interactive drama for sexual and reproductive health with young people, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Great Britain, 2008, www.aidsalliance.org/resources/318-feel-think-act

More powerful vs less powerful, from Oakland Men’s Project, US, 2003, www.paulkivel.com

Group investigation about local authorities, from Talking About Domestic Violence: A Handbook for Village Facilitators, UNDP Cambodia and the Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo, 2010

Saying no to blaming and shaming, from Abortion attitude transformation: A values clarification toolkit for global audiences, Ipas, US, 2008, www.ipas.org/en/Resources/Ipas%20Publications/Abortion-attitude-transformation--A-values-clarification-toolkit-for-global-audiences-2.aspx

Make a power map, and Making advocacy messages that work, from Mobilising Communities on Young People’s Health and Rights: An Advocacy Toolkit for Programme Managers, Family Care International, New York, 2008, www.familycareintl.org/en/resources/publications/66