A few basic needs: food, water, safety, shelter, access to medicine, companionship, sleep and, yes, sex. Let’s stop segregating sex into its own slutty corner. From infectious diseases to (testicular, breast, colon and ovarian) cancer — sexual health is health, period. Literally. Periods count as reproductive health, too. Physical stuff aside, mentally, your brain is your largest sex organ. Furthermore, it’s hard to give a damn about sexual health while in serious emotional, financial, or psychological distress. Long story short: total body health.
My passion: healthy sexuality. I teach Healthy Relationships so there’s less domestic and intimate partner violence (DV / IPV). Although I can explain the differences viral and bacterial STD/STIs, I spend more time telling sexual partners how to make talking about safer sex fun, flirty and hot. That way, it’s not just like: Oh, hey, can you use a condom?
By the way, if you’re wondering what the little Instagram photos are further up the page, they’re snapshots of my meals. I enjoy creating colorful, spicy, healthy eats. Keep every orifice clean and healthy, lovers!
Sexual and Reproductive Health 100%
Family Planning 100%
Brand Strategy 100%
Social and Behavior Change Communication 100%
Technology (e-Learning) 100%
Program Development & Management 100%
Theory-based Strategy Design 100%
Teen Pregnancy Prevention 100%
Training and Curriculum Development 100%
Sexually Transmitted Infection and Disease (STI/STD) Prevention 100%
Cultural Competency 100%
Gender Equality 100%