The Sexual Freedom Project: Do your own research

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Tiye Massey studied cinematography at The New School but developed a passion for nutrition after discovering she suffered from food allergies. Tiye is now a Certified Holistic Health Coach (AADP), a Wellness Concierge with Organic Avenue, and a contributing writer for xoVain.com.
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The level of sex education in America’s schools is impartial at best and at its worst calls for abstinence. What has been your experience?

Many people believe that the responsibility for sex education lies with your parents. How has the worked for you?

The bottom line makes you responsible for your own sex ed, researching those aspects that teachers, parents, and even your peers left out. There are plenty of good sources of sex ed on the Internet (and in your local library), including sites especially for teens such as teen source, Scarleteen, and sexetc, so you don’t need to be left in the dark.

What have you done to complete your sex education?

If you believe is sexual freedom, then sex ed is an important tool for you.

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Tiye

Tiye

Tiye Massey studied cinematography at The New School but developed a passion for nutrition after discovering she suffered from food allergies. Tiye is now a Certified Holistic Health Coach (AADP), a Wellness Concierge with Organic Avenue, and a contributing writer for xoVain.com.
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