Adult Sex Ed

Adult Sex Ed Month (#AdultSexEdMonth) Week 1 Update

If you’ve been following Adult Sex Ed Month (#AdultSexEdMonth) or wondering what it’s about, there’s been a ton of great information coming in from sex experts, bloggers and enthusiasts from all over the Interwebz. I’ve been logging the most relevant articles in the Adult Sex Ed Month Stories by Topic page of my site. It’s quite a list so far!

I hate to single out any particular contributors (they’re all fantastic), but one of my favorites is sex writer Symone Kitty Nelson (@TheSymoneShow). She’s contributed a lot of great how-to and informative stories from her site, some of which include:

Blow him away! More oral sex tips, tricks & positions!!!
The art of Fingering
Male G-Spot 101…the P-Spot

The folks at Condom Depot TV (@SHWINGsaidgarth and @TheWalleh) are also doing a bang up job sharing the ins and outs of sex. Some of the great information they’ve been sharing from their site includes:

What’s Up with the Male Erection? – The Excitement Phase
Unexpected Erogenous Zones
Fake It ‘Til You….Make It?: Dudes Faking The Big-O

If you’re more into sex research geekery, then erotica writer Matthew Vett is your guy to follow. Some of his finds include:

Breast Size and Solicitation
Japanese Bra Size Map
Penis Size Probability

I can’t stress enough that part of what #AdultSexEdMonth is also about the open communication and discussion about sex, and there has been plenty of that on Twitter, too. Sex journalist Jon Pressick, who’s done a lot to mobilize sexperts to take part in #AdultSexEdMonth, has been leading and taking part in a lot of discussions about sex on Twitter. It’s something he does every day in his #dailysexdiscussion, even when it’s not #AdultSexEdMonth.

Jon’s been using some of the sex discussions on Twitter as a muses for some of his own posts. Some worth reading include Same Sex Attraction and Understanding and Sex and Expectations

Other tweeters leading some great #AdultSexEdMonth discussions worth following include @atomicbluesoda, @TheCSPH, @SensualSoiree and @naijadesires.

@naijadesires really impresses me. She owns a sex toy shop in Lagos, Nigeria, a place in the world where women aren’t as open to express their sexuality as in places like the US, the UK, Canada, Australia and most parts of Europe. She’s done a lot to bring women from Nigeria and other parts of Africa into the #AdultSexEdMonth discussions.

For as much as people have been sharing and discussing about #AdultSexEdMonth online, I’ve noticed a big hole of LGBT and BDSM information. #AdultSexEdMonth just isn’t about and for straight vanilla folks. We need to have other voices and information shared and heard.