I believe sex education should be a few things: evidence-based, LGBTQ-inclusive, 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.
I also believe that every college campus is different, so rather than offering a menu of one-size-fits-all workshops, I work with student groups to build a custom workshop just for your campus. However, if you need some help coming up with a topic, you can find some options below.
My educational focus areas include un/healthy relationships, recovery from trauma, and queer/trans health. I’ve taught workshops at schools across the country, including the University of Southern California medical school, Cornell University, Bryn Mawr College, and more. Next stop: your school