Sex Ed: a Guide for Adults
Sex education shouldn't start and end with putting a condom on a banana. This is the pleasure-focused sex ed that you deserved to get at school - in all its challenging, messy, awkward, hilarious, enjoyable glory - from the sex educator you deserve to have. Welcome to sex ed, where everyone is invited to the party.
Ruby Rare is a sex educator, artist, and body-positive champion. She's on a mission to engage people of all ages in positive conversations about their pleasure. Her work is influenced by her experiences as a queer, non-monogamous, dual-heritage woman. Until recently, Ruby worked at Brook, the UK's leading sexual health charity for young people, where she managed a National Period Equality Project. She facilitates events for adult audiences about non-monogamy, porn, sex toys, pleasure, and has spoken at Women of the World, Summerhouse Festival and on BBC4's Woman's Hour, and has been featured in Time Out, Huffington Post, MTV, and Pink News.