sex education resources
Here at SX NOIR, a main goal of our site is to provide resources to millineals for sex education. We have listed our favorites below, if there is a good one you dont see please email us!
Abortion Services. Planned Parenthood provides factual, non-judgmental information about your options, along with safe and compassionate abortion services. ...
Abortion Referral. ...
Birth Control. ...
Emergency Contraception (Morning-After Pill) ...
General Health Care. ...
HIV Services. ...
LGBT Services. ...
Men's Health Services
Hosted by @blkgirlmanifest, this biweekly podcast centers & creates conversation on sexuality professionals of color.
Award-winning sex & relationships blogger - @SimplyOloni | Presenter, influencer & content creator. IG:Oloni | firstname.lastname@example.org
Oloni is an infamous relationship and dating expert who will create threads on twitter that will make your jaw drop… She always comes correct and Sex-Positive which is a huge value here at SXNOIR.
“Ask me sex and relationship questions here anonymously. Please make questions as brief as possible to make sure you get a response. Please be aware that some dilemmas may be posted on social media platforms and cannot be removed on there or Ask Oloni once submitted.”
Shan Boodram is the Internet’s most sought-after, certified sex educator, dating expert and lifestyle personality with over 20 million views alongside her mainstream coverage across ABC’s “The View,” MTV, Fox News, CNN, The New York Times, Forbes and Time Magazine.
Board Certified Sex Coach
“ There has long been a need for the radical woman who dares to exist outside of the limits the world has created for her; not the housewife, not the whore, but the savage. Raquel Savage has dared to challenge the ways women are able to exist and she is proving the world is her jungle to explore.
Raquel Savage’s brand also includes #TheSavageLife, a podcast about sex and social stigmas. She goes there. With humor, accessibility, and a ‘round-the-way attitude Raquel tackles the subject matters that others might push underneath the rug.
Ms. Savage is also committed to making her work accessible, substantial and personal. Raquel does Sex Coaching and Savage Sex Ed which encompasses interactive workshops. Raquel facilitates Sex Coaching sessions for individuals and couples where she is able to personalize her labor and wisdom in an intimate setting. Sex Coaching ranges from entry level education to deeper, more complicated areas like sexual dysfunction and intimacy issues. The interactive workshops can be held privately or publicly and range from topics like fetishes, ethical non-monogamy, and the female orgasm. In all ways, Raquel Savage is committed to educating.”
”Gabrielle Alexa Noel is a writer, graphic designer, and photographer located in New York City.
Her essays/articles have been published in Galore, Elle, the Huffington Post, Bellesa, the I Am Woman Project, Wear Your Voice, and Afropunk. She was also featured on the PBS program Me Too: Now What? to discuss sexual liberation and the difference between objectification and women’s empowerment.
She has specifically focused on sex positivity, consent culture, black womanhood, and bisexuality/biphobia. She has interviewed celebrities, authors, activists, and public figures such as Amber Tamblyn, Draya Michelle, Taylour Paige, Elexus Jionde, and Fatimah Asghar. You can follow her writing on contently.”
The Killer And A Sweet Thang website is a firsthand account of how millennials love and live in an ever-changing digital landscape. Here, we write about sex and all the other things we are told not to talk about, but desperately need to know.
Introducing Salty: the new, radically inclusive media brand and community exploring everything modern dating, sex, and relationships for women, trans and non binary people.
We launched on International Women’s Day in 2018.
Salty’s feminism is not millennial pink. It’s not brand-safe, snackable, or neatly packaged for retweets. The internet doesn’t need another brand cashing in on sanitized “girl power.” It needs a place where all women, trans, and non binary voices are celebrated and respected