Sex Educator

The World Health Organization regional office and Federal Center for Health Education in Germany (BZgA) provide a good example for Europe-wide „standards for sexuality education“. We use these standards as well as the national and international legal frameworks and recommendations as guidelines in our work. The trained people who take on Read more…

Sex Positivity

The topic of sex is often approached with an essentially negative attitude (i.e. brushing children off for asking questions, the idea of impurity vs. virginity/purity etc.). Essentially, sex positivity is the concept of sexual freedom as part of sexual and reproductive rights and gender equality. It is the common ground Read more…

Sexual Consent

Sexual Consent… is… – a voluntary, enthusiastic yes – un-assumed – mandatory   can be… – verbal – non-verbal – withdrawn at any point – for some things and not others   © Hannah Witton, “Doing it” p. 118 And what if you are not 100% sure that you are Read more…

Sexual Education

…is more than „the birds and the bees“. The aim of sexual education is to open up a room for the discussion of different topics and enabling people to make self-determined decisions concerning their own sexuality and sexual identity. Comprehensive sexual education contains topics like consent, gender roles, media, anatomy, Read more…

Sexual Orientation

Sexual Orientation is a part of a persons-identity and is about who you are attracted to and want to have (sexual) relationships with.  „Who do you feel drawn to romantically, emotionally and sexually?“ Throughout our lives, we are learning and identifying ourselves with different ways of experiencing our desires in Read more…

Sexuality

First of all: sexuality is relevant in every stage of life — in different ways. Within the document “Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe” published by the WHO Regional Office for Europe and the Federal Centre for Health Education in Germany (BZgA) you can find the comprehensive definition of sexuality for professionals Read more…

Sexualized Violence

We consider all acts against the sexual autonomy of a person as sexualized violence. Sexualized violence can take different forms, such as sexualized comments and remarks, direct or via phone or internet, unwanted touching, forced kissing, showing and producing of pornography, manipulation of the genitals, anal/oral/vaginal rape etc….For different reasons Read more…