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New toolkit about trans bodies modifications

It’s new. It’s amazing. It has got everything you need and even more. SEX-ED + moulds humans to create tools for education and health professionals. If you are in this category and if you happen to talk about trans identities and trans health, your life ( and the life of the people you are working with) may just have gotten a little bit easier. Check out this new toolkit containing several reproductions of genitalia of trans or non binary folks who decided to have bottom surgery or to start hormone

An interview with Magaly by Dr. Dilana Schaafsma

Interview by  Dr. Dilana Schaafsma • Associate Lector • Fontys Hogeschool Pedagogiek In deze video interviewt Dilana Schaafsma van de stichting Maand van de Leuke Seks Magaly Pirotte van positivesexed.org over haar project waarin zij via vrijwilligers realistische afdrukken van vulva’s en penissen verzameld. Zij wil met het project een realistische beeld scheppen van geslachtsdelen. Vooralsnog bestaat er weinig variëteit in bestaande voorlichtingsmaterialen. De video’s en podcasts worden mogelijk gemaakt door de donaties van deelnemers. De stichting Maand van de Leuke Seks wordt gerund door onbetaalde vrijwilligers. Alle donaties gaan

Instagram hates SEX-ED +… and vice-versa.

It was only a matter of time before it happened…10 days ago, SEX-ED + was given the boot by Instagram without warning. Our virtual universe is much more comfortable with racist memes than with colourful reproduction of genitalia in an educative and scientific context. Colour me surprised! Concretely, how does this algorithmic decision impact the project? Three years of content lost. Countless conversations with sex educators across the globe deleted. And a lingering question: how can sex educators and sexual health professionals  keep on doing their job with this threat

Sexuality education of future health professionals

To develop tools that are best adapted to the needs of health professionals, SEX-ED + circulated a survey in novembre 2020, asking doctors, nurses, OB/GYNs,  midwive, physios, sexologists or any other medical professional, to complete it. Questions were about the sexual health received during med school (if at all), the topics covered and the pedagogical tools used during class and training. The goal is to understand better what health professionals have been taught while in school, which pedagogical supports they had access to and if they felt ready to support

Better tools for sex educators

Vulve avec clitoris imbriqué- Modèle 2- Silicone- Adapté aux contextes avec de nombreuses manipulations (plus solide)

SEX-ED + produces didactical supports that contribute to a better knowledge of genital anatomies and sexual responses. Its tools answer the needs of sexuality education and sexual health professionals. www. positivesexed.org SUBS: This is the silicone reproduction of the vulva of a cis, dyadic woman. It took time to get there, but now the clitoris is insertable AND made of silicone. So there is no risk anymore to break it during manipulation. We are quite happy and proud to have improved this already great tool. VIDEO: shows a white woman

SEX-ED FAILS (and how to get better)

“I remember my first sexual experiences…two vaginas, and I had no idea what to do. It’s always penis and vagina. It’s never anything else, so I had to google ‘how do you have gay sex?’.” Patrick

However good the intentions, sex education can fail at being inclusive of all realities, bodies and identities. A good way to learn and to get better at what we are doing is to LISTEN to those who are on the receiving end of sexuality education, and to understand how our content and delivery may affect them. The following content about sex-ed fails and how sex educators can do better is inspired from “Here’s Your Anatomy…Good Luck”: Transgender Individuals in Cisnormative Sex Education by Steven Hobaica, Kyle Schofield & Paul Kwon,

SEX-ED + Frequently Asked Questions

What is the link between consent and genitalia? Quite often, people wonder about the link between consent and genitalia. We could go on about this for hours. But to keep that answer short : To consent, we need to communicate. And to be able to communicate, all people involved need to have common words and knowledge. Knowing the name of things (body parts, sex acts, sensations…), being able to identify what is pleasurable, what is (un)comfortable, what is painful, not being ashamed of saying those things is fundamental. By improving

Print your own 3D clitoris!

Do you realize that the first modelization of a clitoris has only been available since 2016? And that this amazing scientific step has been possible thanks to the generosity of independent French researcher Odile Fillod who decided to dedicate one year of her life to the project, without any funding? Thank to her work, supported by Philippe Cosentino and le Carrefour numérique -Cité des sciences Paris, the file for printing a 3D clitoris is now available to all. But how do you print a 3D clitoris? It’s quite easy, let

Penises!

Kit diversité de pénis- en érection- Modèles 1,2 et 3- Silicone

They come in different size, shape and in all the colors of the rainbow when they come out of SEX-ED + workshop! SEX-ED + molds genitalia to create tools for sexual education and sexual health professionals. They can be used to talk about anatomy, stimulation, pleasure, safer-sex practices, body image and much more. Several kits are currently available: 2 silicone, average-sized penis kit, molded on a cis-dyadic human (flaccid and erect) 3 silicone, average-sized penis kit, molded on a cis-dyadic human (flaccid, semi-erect and erect) 2 silicone penis kit, molded

Tools sex educators may want to know about (3)

Do you know the Gender creative kids/ Enfants transgenres Canada organization? If not, go and give them some love because they developed this amazing transgender toy named Sam. Yes, obviously, you want it, and you want it NOW because it is necessary and you have many opportunities to use this toy. But it’s not for sale to the public yet. Why? Because the crowdfunding campaign wasn’t successful and the organization needs some financial or industrial back-up to start producing it for everyone. But fear not: professionals working with kids can