Media messages, like popular music, social media posts, and TV shows, impact how youth think about sex and relationships. Unfortunately, the messages sent by media are often inaccurate and unhealthy. To counter this, we based our sexual health programs around media literacy education. Our programs help students and parents think critically about the messages they receive from media, as well as providing easy-to-understand, medically accurate health information. These programs go beyond risk prevention, like unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, to include important sexual health topics like consent, sexual assault, healthy relationships, and gender role stereotypes. They emphasize the importance of communicating about sexual health to parents, partners, and medical professionals. Each evidence-based program is comprehensive, engaging, and inclusive–and most importantly, they work.