“Cassandra came to our campus for the first time in 2016, and that event was such a success that students were asking to have her come back by name! Cassandra puts on amazing presentations that are culturally sensitive, engaging, and fun! She is just a pleasure to work with! We promise you that if you invite Cassandra to your campus, you will not be disappointed!”Maeve, Bryn Mawr College
“It was a great night and I am so glad to have had the chance to learn from you. So much of what happens on campus is programming on prevention and not enough on what happens next. Thank you for filling such an important niche!”Jaime Ingrisano, Arizona State University
Cassandra led a phenomenal workshop on incorporating transgender care into sexual assault forensic exams that I attended. It was clear she had deep knowledge of sexual health and of how to apply sexual health information in a clinical setting while also centering a survivor’s/patient’s needs. She is an incredibly skilled facilitator and I’d highly recommend her for any sex education needs!Tiffany, New York University
I believe sex education should be a few things: LGBTQ-centered, anti-racist, trauma-informed, disability-inclusive, and aware of a spectrum of relationship structures.
In short, I believe that sex ed should be reflexive, empathetic, and honest.
My students from Bryn Mawr College asked me how to get started with lube and why they would even want to use it for oral or vaginal sex. Here are my answers.
Each April, colleges, universities, and non-profits across the country recognize Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). SAAM provides the institutional framework for schools that are just…