Sexual education resources typically do not contain photographs of female genitalia. Instead, sexual education resources contain diagrams and drawings of female genitalia and the different aspects of the reproductive system.
The diagrams and drawings used to educate children about the female reproductive system vary in intricacy, depending on the age of the children being taught. Elementary-aged children are usually taught with basic, simple drawings of the female body and the outer physical features of the body. Middle- and high-school-aged students are usually taught using more detailed diagrams of the outer genitalia and the reproductive organs located inside the body. These diagrams are used to teach students the proper names and functions of the different organs.