As long as sex is dealt with in the current confusion of ignorance and sophistication, denial and indulgence, suppression and stimulation, punishment and exploitation, secrecy and display, it will be associated with a duplicity and indecency that lead neither to intellectual honesty nor human dignity. 354 more words
I remember my nine-year-old self frantically rehearsing my pitch to my mum in my head at night about how I thought it was time for me to buy my first bra, completely despondent about my changing body. 505 more words
As we stumble towards the general election, a few eye-catching policies are starting to trickle out from the main parties.
This includes the Liberal Democrats who this week ruffled a few feathers with the suggestion that sex education should be taught in schools to children as young as seven. 847 more words
“One of the other facilitators is obsessed with sex” said a student to my friend and facilitator colleague Charon. I wonder who that could be? The next day one of my students asked me “Why are you so interested in sex?” I did not have to think about my answer – and it might not have been what he was expecting. 341 more words