This sub-series contains the published volumes of Being Sexual: An Illustrated Series on Sexuality and Relationships and “After You Tell” written by Susan E. Ludwig. Being Sexual was a 17 volume series published by the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada (SEICCAN) in 1993. The purpose of the publication was to provide clear sexuality education for young adults and adults with developmental disabilities, problems with speech, literary, learning or communication. The volumes are written in English alongside a Blissymbol translation. The Blissymbolics Communication institute provided the symbol translation for each volume.
There are 17 volumes total covering the following topics: Relationships, A Woman’s Body, A Man’s Body, Adolescence, Male Masturbation, Female Masturbation, Heterosexual Intercourse, Human Reproduction, Birth Control, Homosexuality, Sexuality and Physical Disability, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, AIDS, Sexual Self Advocacy, Sexual Abuse, Sexuality and Aging and the Being Sexual Teaching Manual. “After You Tell” is a book which describes what an individual should expect after an individual reports sexual abuse to the authorities. At the back of each volume there is a glossary of the Blissymbols used.