Models of sex education that focus on what is “age-appropriate” for children inevitably leave LGBTIQ youth in the dark about their own identities.
MLK Day reading and thoughts, Chelsea Manning, the Milky Way, dry January, Ijeoma Oluo, a pretty reliable sexual harassment predictor, lots of whiteness in queer teen TV, Overwatch, LGBT elders, Jeanne Cordova, and so much more!
Why dental dams are the safer sex tool no one gives a shit about, and why it’s time to start.
“Sexual justice has to adapt. The alternative is awful.”
Self-awareness, plasma, nostalgia, that fucking UN vote, teachers leading the revolution, who gets $$$ from the NRA, abortion rights (still!), death rituals all over this world, and so much more!
Your curriculum isn’t “one size fits all” if “all” means “nondisabled straight people.”
This book is a must for college students, sex nerds, and activists alike — especially if your Trump resistance involves sex education, sexual assault prevention, or reproductive rights.
“Sex shops should be inviting, safe spaces. Porn should be enjoyable and representative of many different communities. I feel like each year, we’re making more strides. It can only get better if we keep pushing.”
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Chicago’s feminist sex shop has published a well-written guide to getting down for trans women and their partners, written by Rebecca Kling.
I researched scissoring for you. My Google history is awesome right now.
Download it, print it out and go bananas.
North Carolina is fighting the criminalization of same-sex marriage, activist Cecily MacMillan is fighting for justice, and Spider-Man is fighting to teach kids about safe sex.
Scarleteen has been a trusted resource for all things sex and relationships for 16 years, but they need to be paid for their work to keep going.
How (and where) to buy used sex toys, good budget-friendly toys and the best things to go big or save up for.
“We’re all normal, as long as we are having sex in ways that are consensual, risk-aware and injury free. Our bodies? They’re normal too. Beautiful, even. That should be the core concept in any comprehensive sex education, in my opinion.”