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We are loving this series - VAGINA DISPATCHES - great tool for education. 'Improve your genital knowledge'.
1: Vagina dispatches - the vulva
Mona and Mae build a giant vulva, then talk to a gynecologist, a labiaplasty surgeon and a trans woman, to find out what vulvas really look like.
2:Vagina dispatches - stopping periods
Mona and Mae speak to a doctor who thinks periods are unnatural, a former Olympian, a menstrual blood artist and a formerly incarcerated woman to find out if we should stop having periods.
3: Vagina dispatches - the orgasm gap
Women are less likely to orgasm than men – but is it really more difficult for women? Mona and Mae go into the lab with a neuroscientist who measures orgasms to try and find the answer.
4:Vagina dispatches - what you didn't learn in sex ed
It’s not just about sex. Sex education should be giving us the information we need to feel in control of our bodies and make informed decisions about them – but it’s failing. In episode four of Vagina Dispatches, we speak to our moms, friends and sex educators to find out why. Then we give the basics on some topics that are missing from the curriculum, from discharge to menopause.
Advocates for Youth partners with youth leaders (Washington, DC), adult allies, and youth-serving organizations to advocate for policies and champion programs that recognize young people’s rights to honest sexual health information; accessible, confidential, and affordable sexual health services; and the resources and opportunities necessary to create sexual health equity for all youth.
Elena Ferrante’s Unruly Bodies