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Why I’ve Had Over 1,000 Pelvic Exams

From 2001 to 2011, I had the distinctively unique position of teaching medical and nursing students, and occasionally residents, in every major medical institution in New York City how to give proper breast and pelvic exams. What made this work so unique was that I used my own body as a teaching tool to work [...]

The Vulvalution Must Be Televised!

Every time I teach a group of women about their sexual bodies, genitals and pleasure, I am reminded how revolutionary it is (still) to talk about our bodies in a sex-positive way because we just do not have the role modeling for it. If you do not partner with other people with vulvas, when do [...]

By |September 16th, 2016|Advocacy, Education, Sexual Health|0 Comments

The 5 Biggest Mistakes Workshop Facilitators & Trainers Make

I’ve been teaching workshops, training professionals, teaching college and providing in-depth programs to people for over 20 years. I’ve been a part of and certainly witnessed a whole lotta educational models and there are a few mistakes people make over and over.  Let’s all do our due diligence if we are teaching, and learn the [...]

By |August 26th, 2016|Education, Workshops|0 Comments

The Magical Qualities Every Teacher Needs

It seems that more than ever, we have incredible tension between taking time for ourselves - to be quiet and to connect inwardly and to contemplate - and to be out in the world with others, staying busy and doing things. In our personal growth, we need time alone and with ourselves, and time with [...]

By |August 19th, 2016|Education, Workshops|0 Comments

The Magical Qualities Every Teacher Needs

It seems that more than ever, we have incredible tension between taking time for ourselves - to be quiet and to connect inwardly and to contemplate - and to be out in the world with others, staying busy and doing things. In our personal growth, we need time alone and with ourselves, and time with [...]

By |August 19th, 2016|Education, Workshops|0 Comments