Violência E Saúde Sexual

Estamos em “Setembro de 2019”, e infelizmente as notícias não são positivas. Subiu para 20 o número de mulheres vítimas de violência doméstica. E seis homens. Não que eu comemore datas, mas há dias celebrou-se o dia da Saúde Sexual. Mas acima de tudo baseia-se no respeito, na informação, o direito à integridade física, o... Continue Reading →

Interview with Joslyn Nerdahl, Sexual Educator

As sexual educator, how essential do you think are both the sexual educating task and the rehabilitation services for physically disabled people? I think sex education is crucial for everyone, not just people with disabilities. Comprehensive, medically accurate sex education is severely lacking in most parts of the world today. It is essential to provide... Continue Reading →

Boas-Vindas Ao Movimento LGBTI – Leiria

Como promotor/entrevistador do Projecto Vamos Falar De Sexualidade e Vidas e Obras foi com entusiasmo que recebi a notícia da criação do Grupo LGBTI em Leiria. Tendo em conta a sociedade capitalista em que vivemos, em que os preconceitos, a homofobia, a transfobia e outras fobias e falta de liberdade e opressão que pessoas deste... Continue Reading →

Interview To Camille Bataillon

Interview to Camille Bataillon - Sex Therapist | Intimacy Coach - Co-founder at Love Health Center ~ Sexual Wellness Your LinkedIn profile reads “When I was a teenager, I used to go to the library regularly to read a lot of books. It wasn't necessarily the kind of books my friends my age read. My... Continue Reading →

Interview with Laura-Doe Harris – Pleasure Coach, Somatic Sex Educator, yOni Activist, creatrix Of The YOniversity & Vulvalicious Cushions

I will start with your cabaret show “Vaudeville of the Vulva”, where you educate and approach female sexuality. How fundamental is to promote feminine sexuality? I believe it is absolutely fundamental. In a whole variety of ways ‘western’ culture and our modern lifestyle has caused us to disconnect with our bodies and with the amazing... Continue Reading →

Interviewing: Zelaika Hepworth Clarke

You do mention on Linkedin that you studied internationally in Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Trinidad, Jamaica, Netherlands, Brazil, Barcelona, and Cuba. How do you perceive the importance of these studies for your work’s development? What have you learnt about human sexuality among such different cultures? There is not one monolithic way to love, relate, create a... Continue Reading →

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