So, so true if one has a sex life.
One can never have enough knowledge ya know. Just in case because they say it is like riding a bike.
Snaps & Slaps
JoSelle Vanderhooft | Apr 28, 2010
SNAP: Queer Sex Ed
Often, it seems like programming about sexual health is directed entirely at cisgender (non-transgender) gay and bisexual men. Since men who have sex with men tend to have the highest rates of sexually transmitted infections like HIV, this focus is understandable — and probably necessary. But at the same time, it’s not really fair to transgender people and cisgender bisexual and lesbian women who do have sex lives and face the risks that come with them, despite what science, the media and U.S. culture seem to think. That’s why programming like the Utah Pride Center and sWerve’s Queer Sex Ed is so important for our community’s physical, emotional, spiritual and sexual health. When a majority of us aren’t sure how to even go about having safer sex or negotiating a mutually healthy relationship, none of us can truly be healthy. And Rose Ellen Epstein, Jordan Rullo, Lisa Diamond, Lilian Rodriguez and Bonnie Owens’ efforts at educating cis women and trans men and women not only about dental dams and saran wrap, but about all areas of sexual satisfaction has made Utah a better place for all queer people. We hope this program will become a yearly fixture in the Center’s roster.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Posted by De Sube at 4/28/2010 01:20:00 PM