#SexEdFirst: No One Knows Everything
As well as, to facilitate future workshops in my area.
Discuss consent. Utilize credible sources
Moreover, in my opinion sex ed should be a priority, and not only in public schools. Additionally, I feel that children should be aware. Also, there are adults that could benefit from comprehensive, inclusive sex ed. To add, some folks such as myself didn’t have access to the plethora of resources readily available today.
Accordingly, I feel that it’s best to seek reputable sources when trying something new, and it’s beneficial to understand consent. Further, being knowledgeable is needed when communicating with one another. In fact, here is a list of the leaders I’ve admired while on my sex ed journey.
Educators To Follow
First, BDSM – Bondage, discipline (or domination), as a type of sexual practice).
Secondly, POLYAMORY (POLYAM) – The state of being in love or romantically involved with more than one person at the same time.
Third, KINK – Unconventional sexual taste or behavior.
Forth, OPEN RELATIONSHIP –A relationship or marriage in which both partners agree that each may have sexual relations with others.
LGBTQ/SEX WORKER ADVOCACY –
MATURE ADULTS –
Also, TANTRA – One of the later Hindu or Buddhist scriptures dealing with techniques and rituals to enhance sexual practices.
SEX TOY SAFETY –
SEX TOY REVIEWS –
SEX & MENTAL HEALTH –
DISABILITY & SEX –
In closing, I am new to this community, and excited about my sex ed journey. I look forward to continuing to learn and share. Speaking of sharing, Jimanekia Eborn, queer media consultant, comprehensive sex educator, and sexual assault & trauma expert gives insight on misconceptions about our field.