Sex Education and Intellectual Disabilities: an Interview with Galia Godel
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Sex Education and Intellectual Disabilities: an Interview with Galia Godel

It’s hard enough to get accurate, ethical, comprehensive sexuality education to young people- it’s made even harder when they have any form of disability. Our culture often treats people with disabilities as either sexless or uncontrollable, and often eschews talking to them about sex at all. Caretakers are rarely equipped to handle these specific issues … Continue reading

What Would a Black Sexual Utopia Look Like? An Interview with Tracie Gilbert
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What Would a Black Sexual Utopia Look Like? An Interview with Tracie Gilbert

Sex educator Tracie Gilbert asks workshop attendees, “what would Black sexuality look like, existing outside of white supremacy?” The answers are varied, but demonstrate a general tendency towards egalitarian, body positive, pleasure-centered sexuality. Her question forces us to think about the ways in which anti-Blackness has affected- and continues to affect- the way sex education … Continue reading