I’m Christian and I founded a sex education website. Here’s why the two are not at odds with each other.
The bible is often used to instill fear about birth control, but never actually mentions it.
Now I feel empowered to advocate for my sexual health.
No, sex is not bad. It’s time we celebrate and respect sex.
My religion and queerness aren’t mutually exclusive.
As I embrace all genders residing within me, I finally feel at home inside of my body.
Growing up, I never saw TV storylines that made me think I could be pursued.
Despite the concerns I’d already shared with my gyno, ‘Sex Education’ would be where I learned my pain was real and had a name.
Some of learned that sex is a sin — whether it was in school or in our homes. Let’s unlearn some of the dangerous learnings we were taught.
In certain corners of the internet, being a “Chad” is a thing — and it’s pretty problematic. Not sure what Chad means? We’ll explain.
“Be proud of God's gifts to you and not guilty of them—and your sexuality is one of those gifts.”
Watching porn isn’t a sin. In fact, it can be really good for you (and your sex life with others).
If you love relaxing in front of a Hallmark holiday movie, you may have had a rough week.
As a sex educator, the idea of a kid “spying” on older kids to obtain largely inaccessible information isn’t all that surprising to me.
“No one should have their hymen trending on the internet right now, and specifically not an 18-year-old freshman in college.”
Do you feel shy to admit you enjoy sex? Sometimes society shames us for enjoying our sexual selves and lusty appetites. Join this stream to talk about embracing your desire for pleasure and de-stigmatizing what it means to like sex.
Thinx’s first-ever TV commercial shows that menstruation might feel a lot less taboo if cisgender men had it, too.
A sex positive person acknowledges sex is about more than just reproduction. Sex positivity asserts that sex is about health, happiness and human relationships.
Spoiler alert: yes! People of all genders, ages, and orientations watch porn. Learn more about what your porn-viewing habits mean—and don’t mean—here.
Watching porn can be a fun way to learn what turns you on, but the inability to turn it off can become a problem. Are you addicted?
When it comes to the dos and don’ts of sex, don’t believe everything you see on the big screen.
Because there is no such thing as a “stupid question” when it comes to sex.
What does it mean when so many of the queer characters we know and love have been created and acted by straight folks? What happens when queer identity is so scrubbed clean it becomes virtually straight? It's time to talk about being queer on screen.
Sex is intimidating. From body shame, to performance anxiety to worrying our partners will think our desires are 'weird'. Join this class to get tips on communication, navigating shame and getting creative with erotic tools to upgrade your idea of 'sexy'.
What was your sex ed like in school?
Tuca & Bertie was canceled, but its message of empowerment for women lives on.
Body shy? Worried about performance? Insecure about your experience level? Sex is a skill and we’re always learning. Tune in for tips on building body confidence, finding your own version of sexy and communicating your desires.
If we want to raise children into adults who respect their bodies and others' we need to start talking early. BUT HOW? What do you say? When do you start?
What does sexual development look like in young children? What tools can parents and caregivers use to support children growing into sexually healthy adults? Lydia will share strategies for promoting shame-free conversation with children.
In an age of toxic masculinity and acknowledgement of the pervasive rape culture in the U.S., how do we reimagine masculinity without the framework of gender and toxicity. What could tender masculinity look like?
Religious definitions and stances on purity and pleasure are incredibly powerful for shaping our approach to sexuality.
Q Wilson shares with you some tips he learned on his journey towards becoming a more sexually confident person.
O.school has been collecting stories about the long-term effects of bad sex ed. Andrea Barrica and Christina Cerqueira share some of those stories in addition to personal experiences
An O.school fan said they wished their mother taught them how to use their voice and stand up for themself with problematic partners.
Ever wondered how to be both a queer ally as well as a Christian? Listen to Micki Allen give her perspective on reconciling her religion with her sexuality.
Apple’s new filter blocks sex ed searches and censors articles on ‘safe sex’ and ‘counseling for gay teens’ while letting searches for ‘Daily Stormer’ and ‘how to rape a woman’ go through.