PLEASURE IS PART OF GOOD HEALTH.
 



Pleasure should be part
of our overall quality of
life.
 

(The World Health Organization) 







 
THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH YOU.



Cultural expectations, the media, and even our own families can make us feel ashamed of our own bodies, which do incredible things for us. The road to pleasure starts with acceptance.

Every Body is Different (Neda).

Forget “Getting Your Body Back” After The baby (Neda).

Body Acceptance Cuts Deeply For Our Trans and Non-Binary Friends (NPR).

We Need To Start Instilling A Positive Body Image Early (Confident Body, Confident Child).






KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.




Sex Ed needs to be more practical and inclusive so we can understand how our bodies work and how to achieve pleasure!

There’s A Lot Going on Down There.  (Pussypedia)

Read a manual. (Scarlateen)

Here's a Curriculum for K-12 Educators. (Advocates for Youth)

Reminder, this is all about pleasure and how we get it. (Options for Sexual Health)

Please Talk to Your Kids About Sex Before Porn Becomes Their Sex Ed (The Porn Conversation)







OUR BODIES, HEALTH AND PLEASURE DESERVE EQUAL RIGHTS.



The systemic lack of research in medicine and science leaves many marginalized groups without the appropriate care.  

We Must Make Health Care Anti-Racist and Equitable  (Advancing Health Equity)

We Can Normalize Asking About Our Pleasure While We Are In Treatment. (Oncolink)

We Need Better Research For Our Bodies. (WHAM) 

And To Change Policy So Women’s and Intersectional Health Is Part Of The Law. (SWHR)








TALK ABOUT IT.




We know. Talking about sex and pleasure can be hard because it’s such a taboo, especially for women. 

What if we talked about it more, with our partners, our friends, and even our kids?  We might help create change for future generations.  

How to have open, honest conversations about sex. (Sex Positive Families)

Consent should look like this. (Scarlateen)

Lori Brotto’s Advice for Couples and Communicating