• The Right to Sex

    How should we talk about sex? It is a thing we have and also a thing we do; a supposedly private act laden with public meaning; a personal preference shaped by outside forces; a place where pleasure and ethics can pull wildly apart.

    Since #MeToo many have fixed on consent as the key framework for achieving sexual justice. Yet consent is a blunt tool. To grasp sex in all its complexity – its deep ambivalences, its relationship to gender, class, race, and power – we need to move beyond ‘yes and no’, wanted and unwanted.

    The Right to Sex

  • Age To Age Guide To Sex Education: For Parents and Guardians


    Have you ever wondered how to talk to your male and female children on sex education? Then, this book is for you. This book, written from a psychological point of view is aimed at empowering parents and guardians on the best approach to teach your children sex education, emphasizing different age groups with their peculiarities. This book also helps you realize that sex education is beyond the biology and physiology of sex alone, it also entails building your child’s interpersonal relationship, self-esteem and many more.

    Additionally, this book contains questions from parents and a journal. The questions are from other concerned parents like you with answers from a professional counselor, this affords you the opportunity to see into the mind of other parents. The journal is for you to keep record of your discussions with your child using all you have learnt as a guide.

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