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Bookworm alert! Take a tour of SEX-ED + bookshelves

Because SEX-ED + would never have existed without the artistic, activist and scientific publications of others, let’s put the spotlight on people who give us food for thoughts. Cliquez ici pour voir la liste des titres en Français. Hot, Wet and Shaking, by Kaleigh Trace, Invisible Publishing. The author – disabled, queer, sex-educator – chronicles her journey from ignorance to bliss as she shamelessly discusses her sexual exploits, bodily negotiations and attempts at adulthood, sparing none of the details and assuming you are not polite company.   The Ultimate Guide to

Interview: the human behind SEX-ED + project

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Interview by Pedro Marques for Vamos falar de sexualidade/ Let’s talk about sexuality blog. Translation and Correction and: Ana Filipa Monteiro 10 January 2020 Q: What has motivated you to work in the specific fields of sex education and sexual / reproductive health & rights? It sort of just happened. In university I have been studying social movements, especially queer, feminist and anti-authoritarian organizations and politics. I was also active in those movements, where issues around bodies and sexualities are discussed with a political perspective. I facilitated workshops, did a

REPRESENTATION MATTERS!

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To respond to the expressed needs of sex educators, SEX-ED + is developing new tools which represents darker skin toned genitalia. *** Since it’s beginning two years ago, SEX-ED + politic has been to not create tools with realistic skin tones. The idea behind this stance is that one can learn about genital anatomies and their diversity with blue, green and orange reproductions of genitalia…We felt that producing models with realistic skin tones could encourage discussions around damaging and erroneous racial stereotypes. The only exception to this rule has been