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SEX-ED + Making better tools to change the discourse on genital anatomy

Impression 3D clitoris

In january 2019, SEX-ED + was granted the Start-up of the month title by Quartier de l’innovation Montréal This article was originally published in french. journalist: Isabelle Langlois Consult article here Working in the field of sexual and reproductive rights advocacy for many years, researcher Magaly Pirotte knew that her field lacked anatomically exact physical representations of genitalia. After seeing the first full 3D model of a clitoris one of her colleagues made in 2016, she decided to make tools to fulfill this need. This led to the creation of

SEX-ED + updates /// Finance

Starting a project from scratch is an invigorating, fulfilling and demanding experience. These last two years, SEX-ED + kept its human full-time busy. We had to learn molding techniques, to create prototypes, to try, to fail, to try again, to create a website, to produce marketing material, to learn how to prepare tax declarations, to get training about project development, to prepare lectures, to develop theoretical content…Pfiou! All of this has been realized on an employment subsidy, followed by a minimum wage grant for the project. We also did a

SEX-ED + est dans la Gazette des femmes!

illustration

Le projet SEX-ED + apparaît à quelques reprises dans le dossier de La Gazette des femmes intitulé “le sexe des femmes: tout n’a pas été dit”. Ici un extrait de l’article de Anouk Lebel. Illustration de Mélanie Bergeron- Les folies passagères. “Établie à Montréal, l’intervenante en éducation et en santé sexuelle Magaly Pirotte teste depuis six mois des outils qui permettent de montrer où se trouve le clitoris dans la vulve. En mars 2017, elle a conçu une version souple du clitoris en silicone, en collaboration avec Odile Fillod.  

Money, cash, dough…We want your opinion

One of the last step that we need to do before selling officially is to put a price tag on those beautiful objects that you keep seeing. Of course, we want it to be accessible for everyone…but what does accessibility mean in relation to a fair pricing? Ever bought a silicone dildo? If yes, you know it’s pricey. Really pricey. If not, go take a look around. You can check the really nice products that the New York Toy Collective is making…they are lovely, they are perfect…but around 200$. Why

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