As a sex educator, on a daily basis, I witness the shame and ignorance we women carry about our bodies, sex, and our right to pleasure. This ignorance is passed down from generation to generation.
We can never break this chain, if we are too embarrassed to talk with each other. This presentation starts the conversation.
Through stories, humor, information, and dialogue, together, we can shine a light on this conversation, and debunk the mythology that has kept us in the dark.
Chelsea Maxwell, Ed.M., is an educator, learning designer, and lecturer, who works with her mother, Sharon Maxwell, Ph.D. Together, they speak with parents, teachers, and students across the United States on the subjects of sex education and raising kids with human values in a digital world. In both classroom and online settings, Chelsea creates learning experiences through which students explore healthy relationships, social media, sex ed, and gender stereotypes. Chelsea teaches a Sexual Health and Responsibility Curriculum that facilitates comprehensive and inclusive sex ed and opens up meaningful conversations between parents and children.