Hello, Sexuality Educators & Activists!
We really appreciate the effort you put into creating a more sexually accepting world. In order to support you in this endeavor, we've created this resource page where you can find helpful tools. Enjoy!
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Sexuality Discussion Outlines & Tips
Part of what we do at Pleasure Pie is create meaningful discussions about sexuality. And we want to help you create meaningful sex positive discussions too! Feel free to use our pre-made discussion outlines to guide your sexuality discussions (we appreciate it if you give us credit, thanks!), or use them as a starting point to come up with your own discussion outlines.
Sexuality Observances Calendar
Sometimes when creating events (or discussions, workshops, articles, publications, etc.), it is nice to plan them around social justice related holidays and other annual observances. We've compiled a list of relevant observances that you can tie your creations into, or use as inspiration for what to create next.
Event & Workshop Planning Info
How to Plan Your Own DIY Workshop
Tutorial by Pleasure Pie
List of suggested Boston venues to host events at
Includes accessibility info, cost, availability of gender neutral bathrooms, etc. We especially recommend: Makeshift Boston, the Somerville Armory cafe, and the Democracy Center.
Things to consider when choosing a venue: Is it wheelchair accessible? Is it near public transportation? Is it in a predominately white neighborhood / How easy is it for people who are coming from predominately Black/Brown neighborhoods to get to it? If it has a rental fee, will you be able to have flexible ticket pricing options for people who can't (or struggle to) afford to buy a ticket?
List of places to post your event online By Boston-based organization SoJust
Good Sources of Sexuality Information
Our Sexual Rights page has information about global sexual rights.
Sex Ed Community Action Kit
A toolkit about advocating for comprehensive sexuality education in your community.
Creative Interventions Toolkit: A Practical Guide to Stop Interpersonal Violence
An in depth guide about ending all forms of interpersonal violence, including sexual violence, intimate partner violence, family violence, etc.
The Revolution Starts at Home
An online zine about confronting partner abuse in activist communities. Includes personal stories of abuse, strategies for confronting abuse, a checklist for intersex and trans survivors, and lots of great resources.
Where to Print Stuff
Bestvaluecopy.com has much cheaper rates than most local print shops, like Staples, FedEx, or independent print shops. Copies are 2.5 cents a page for black and white and 9 cents for color, with no minimum quantity. You do have to pay shipping for orders under a certain amount, but it's often still cheaper than printing in person.
If you know any college students or employees, they might have free printing access at their college.
Making pins? Wackybuttons.com lets you order pins in any quantity with as many designs as you want, and it's pretty inexpensive.
Getting Your Stuff Out There
"What Can I Do?"
What Kind of Changemaker Are You?
Quiz by The Story of Stuff Project
Alternative Routes to Becoming a Sex Educator
Article by Pleasure Pie
9 Ways We Can Make Social Justice Movements Less Elitist and More Accessible
Article by Films for Action