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Tristan-
Taormino
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Post Welcome!
on: October 3, 2013, 14:08
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Welcome! This forum is for folks who've attended any of my Sex Educator Professional Training Programs, including my Sex Educator Boot Camps, or who've done individual business coaching with me. I am hoping we can develop a community of sex educators and create a space to mentor, support, network, collaborate, solve problems, compare notes, share challenges and successes, and discuss important issues in our professional development.

sexisdelic-
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Post Re: Welcome!
on: October 20, 2013, 19:59
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I do not have a Sex Educator degree. I have degrees in Social Work and Rehabilitation Counseling, as you probably know, but I am very interested in the Sex Educator degree but am kind of poor right now. My question for you, is also, having the degrees I do, can I do a lecture forum similar to yours, if I stick to how censorship inhibits the creative process and political freedom but stay away from talking about how anal sex can be done correctly? I have opinions on how rape has little to do with sex, as well, but am I not allowed to discuss this without a license or Sex Educator degree?

Tristan-
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Post Re: Welcome!
on: October 23, 2013, 13:48
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There actually isn't just one "sex educator" degree - I discuss this in my boot camps, how there are different paths to becoming a sex educator, if that is what you want to do. If you're wanting to become an expert who speaks on censorship and other topics, that would be a different path. Since you mentioned you've been writing already on the topic, I recommend focusing on getting published on these topics - both individual essays and articles, as well as a book - to help create a calling card for yourself as an expert. Nowadays with e-books and small presses, it's quite easy to self-publish as well.

sexisdelic-
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Post Re: Welcome!
on: October 26, 2013, 04:43
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Thank you very much. I will look for when your next boot camp is, too.

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