Sex Education Presentation Proclaims “I Love Female Orgasm”
 

Students at the State University of New York at Geneseo may have created one of the most effective sex education presentations by removing much of the clinical, anatomical rhetoric and integrating a conversation about sex and the human body in an accessible, entertaining manner. For the past decade, the Campus Activities Board at Geneseo has invited sex educator Dorian Solot to speak to the student body. Her work centers around the principle that sex should be discussed openly and honestly in an engaging format. She began her career as a speaker after receiving a breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 26, when she discovered a lump on her breast as she was exploring her body. While the subject of female masturbation and exploration of the human body still seems taboo in 2018, Solot has turned the stigma on its head as she encourages her audiences to become comfortable with their own bodies and to continue a conversation about sex.

For Further Reading:

Dorian Solot has written a book called I Love Female Orgasm, which explores the topic in an engaging, funny, and honest manner.

Discussion Question:

Did you receive a sex education presentation in your school? Was the format engaging and entertaining, or clinical and confusing?

 

Action Item:

If you are looking to improve sex education in your school or workplace, take a look at Dorian Solot’s website, Sex Discussed Here! for ideas as well as how to contact them to visit.



 

 

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