Sex Ed Video Calling...

We want to share everything you WISH you were taught in sex ed. Times are changing, and things are improving as the generations go on, but what we wish we knew, and everything each of us has learned through experience WILL help someone in the future. Read Ellamae's story below to find out why this is so important to us!
Side note-Want to list yourself as a sex educator under our resources page? Fill out the form here or contact us-
Want to get involved in our Sex Ed- I wish I knew... VIDEO!? Read below...
SUBMISSIONS CLOSE 10th Feb!
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As a girl that never started her period, that was born without a womb and with an underdeveloped vagina- my body DEFINITELY was not part of the curriculum (quoting a poem I wrote, it rolls off the tongue!) because it only features the bodies of some and it teaches me that my body would make me a Mum! But in fact, at 16 years old my body didn't bleed, and it could not be penetrated (even though I had a vulva). I definitely was not prepared for what my body turned out to be. I didn't know my clitoris had 8000 nerve endings, or that some girls don't have periods, or that not all people with periods were girls, or that my friends should get abnormal bleeding checked, or that infertility existed, what consent really meant- and so much more. Because what I was taught was purely what might happen if a girl had sex with a boy and didn't wear a condom. This was over 14 years ago mind, but l am keen to hear YOUR STORIES as part of our Va Va Womb mission to build communities of story tellers and change makers. 
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This project is also in the name of protecting sex educators on social media- we NEED YOU ALL and as you may or may not know, instagram is clamping down on sex educators and blocking accounts due to some new stigmatised rules on the most common thing since the beginning of time. We are all spelling sex either S3X or S$X and quite frankly, it's bullshit! We are not a sex education platform but we aim to normalise and encourage sex-talk, and want to support our professional educators where we can!
So, we want to hear from YOU. 
How to get involved?
Fill out this form below and we will then contact you to give instructions for the video or voice recording which we will incorporate into the video.