Sex Education

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I’m Emmcheeky - a pleasure pixie passionate about comprehensive and inclusive sex education

Sex Education
Sex Education

What is sex education?

Let's talk about sex baby.

Sex education is a process of providing information, skills, and values related to sexual health. It encompasses a wide range of topics, including pleasure, intimacy, anatomy, reproductive health, relationships, consent, contraception, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and emotional well-being.

What makes it hot?

Educating on pleasure: Sex education in school failed many of us as the topic pleasure was largely avoided. Sex educators around the world are helping to fix this, with many focusing on the importance of sexual pleasure and helping individuals understand their bodies and fostering positive attitudes toward sexuality. 

Reducing Stigma: Sex education helps reduce stigma and shame around sexuality, promoting a more inclusive and accepting society.

Promoting health: Sex education equips individuals with the knowledge to make informed decisions about their sexual health, reducing the risk of unintended pregnancies, STIs, and promoting overall well-being.

Empowering consent: It emphasises the importance of consent, communication, and healthy relationships, fostering a culture of respect and understanding.

Navigating relationships: It provides guidance on building healthy relationships, communication skills, and understanding diverse sexual orientations and identities.

Yes, if you're comfortable. However, it's essential to remember that everyone has different boundaries. Respect the guidelines set by the educator and other participants.

It's okay to have differing opinions. Engage in respectful dialogue, and if needed, seek additional perspectives from reputable sources.

No, sex education is relevant for individuals of all ages. It provides lifelong learning opportunities about sexual health, relationships, and well-being.

On intimacy coaching & sex education: meet April Maria

Posted by Iso

Friday 24 November 2023

Sensuali chatted with coach April Maria aka Venus Libido, known for her sex education and intimacy coaching. We talked about her favourite innovative sex toys, the many factors that help to maintain a healthy libido and how exploring non-monogamy doesn’t always have to mean having sex outside of your relationship.


Create a safe environment: As a sex educator it's important to foster an open and non-judgmental space for discussion, ensuring participants feel comfortable sharing their thoughts and asking questions.

Use inclusive language: Use language that is inclusive of diverse sexual orientations, identities, and experiences, creating an environment that respects everyone's uniqueness.

Encourage questions: Encourage questions and curiosity. Create opportunities for participants to seek clarification and express their concerns.

Stay informed: Continuously update your knowledge about sexual health, relationships, and relevant topics to provide accurate and up-to-date information.

Respect privacy: Respect the privacy and confidentiality of individuals seeking information. Create a safe space where people feel comfortable discussing personal experiences.


Use judgmental language: Use language that stigmatises or judges individuals based on their sexual choices, preferences, or experiences.

Assume homogeneity: Assume that everyone's experiences or preferences are the same. Acknowledge and respect the diversity within sexual orientations and identities.

Dismiss Concerns: Dismiss or trivialise individuals' concerns or questions. Every question is valid, and every person's experience is unique.

Pressure or coerce: Pressure or coerce individuals into sharing personal information or participating in discussions. Respect boundaries and individual comfort levels.

Ignore cultural sensitivity: Ignore cultural or religious sensitivities. Be aware of diverse cultural perspectives on sexuality and tailor your approach to be respectful and inclusive.