What can good sex ed look like when it isn't centering cisgender, heterosexual people? For this episode, Dr. G invites sexuality educator Nefertari Sloan to the show for a hilarious yet insightful and poignant conversation about what it can look like, and how doing so can benefit us all. Click here
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What can good sex ed look like when it isn't centering cisgender, heterosexual people? For this episode, Dr. G invites sexuality educator Nefertari Sloan to the show for a hilarious yet insightful and poignant conversation about what it can look like, and how doing so can benefit us all. Click here for the episode transcript. Guest Bio: Sloan is a nonbinary sex educator who has been facilitating classroom conversations about sexuality since 2016. They have facilitated over 800 LGBTQ inclusive workshops for youth aged 13-24 and their writing has appeared in Scarleteen, Racebaitr, and Upspoken, as well as a Cosmo docuseries on the need for LGBTQ inclusive sex education. They consider themselves a spiritual being having a physical experience and is intentional about incorporating a holistic lens in the work that they do. Their hobbies include offering hugs, giving compliments, and dancing in grocery aisles. More information about Nefertari can be found at http://nefertarisloan.com. Nefertari is also the Training & Prevention Coordinator at MISSSEY (Motivating, Inspiring, Serving, and Supporting Sexually Exploited Youth). To support the work of MISSSEY visit http://www.misssey.org. References Halliday, A. S. (2019). The black girlhood studies collection. Toronto, Ontario: Canadian Scholars. Johnson, E.P. (2005) ‘‘Quare’’ Studies, or (Almost) Everything I Know about Queer Studies I Learned from My Grandmother". Black Queer Studies, edited by E. Patrick Johnson and Mae G. Henderson, New York, USA: Duke University Press, 2005, pp. 124-158. https://doi.org/10.1515/9780822387220-009