This resource collection consists of six short educational video clips and two rap songs developed by Aboriginal young people and organisations.
These videos are part of the Smart and Deadly DVD resource, which was produced by CERSH and intended to assist health workers who collaborate with Aboriginal communities and organisations to facilitate sexual health promotion with Aboriginal young people.
You can read more about the Smart and Deadly project here.
To order a FREE copy of the Smart and Deadly DVD, please email CERSH or download a copy of the order form (at bottom of page).
Gammin’ But True: Short Clips about Your Bits
A series of short humorous clips about Sexually Transmissible Infections. Created by: the Smart and Deadly drama group. Music by: Last Kinection.
It’s That Easy
Portraying the experience of two young people who visit a sexual health clinic, this clip was developed to demystify visiting a sexual health clinic. It also provides education about Chlamydia.
A clip that uses hip hop and dance to express feelings about respectful relationships. Music by: Last Kinection.
Hip Hop and Relationships
Interviews with young people about respectful relationship
A Real Man
A rap song created by young men and members of the Last Kinection at the ‘Sex, Love & Kinections’ forum.
Love not Lust
A rap song created by young women and members of the Last Kinection at the ‘Sex, Love & Kinections’ forum.
This clip depicts two young pregnant women making and decorating their Boorai casts. It was developed by Aboriginal workers as an example of innovative ways to educate about pregnancy and birth and connect young pregnant Aboriginal women and their partners with their culture. Please note, some Aboriginal people may consider this clip women’s business only.
Health Information Workshops
This clip uses footage from a sexual health information day, including the use of art, to describe the process used by the Aboriginal workers to engage with young women and their partners.