Have a group or class you would like to bring the Sex-Positive Parent to?
I offer these classes and workshops:
The Sex-Positive Parenting Class Series
A series of 5 45-minute interactive classes with the overarching title of Sex-Positive Parenting; Strategies and Support for Families. Each workshop is stand alone with a specific focus, but taken together are a comprehensive curriculum. Being a sex-positive parent means we expect to be the family expert on sexuality. You can learn how to maintain a non-punitive stance toward sexuality, demonstrate that you are knowledgeable about sexuality, and how to model boundaries and consent. These can be taught as a weekend intensive, weekly classes or online.
Workshop: “Walking the Sex-Positive Talk”
This stand alone workshop is designed for parents who want to learn how to convey their own lived experiences of both gender and sexuality to their own children. Learn how you can replace larger cultural scripts that are inherently sex-negative with age-appropriate messages that are inclusive to sexual diversity.
Class with discussion group: “What to say and When to say it”
Strategies for age-appropriate conversations about sexuality and desire. Learn the different developmental stages of sexuality and what conversations you can expect to have as your child grows. We will also role play, practice and share strategies on when to have the little conversations that add up to a solid foundation of sexuality education.
Prior Attendee Testimonials:
“Amazing job today! Thank you for answering the questions most people can’t put into words. Thank you for putting yourself out there in such an authentic and open way!”
“We LOVED it! So glad I get the chance to learn from someone who has really studied and considered so many aspects of this…THANKS!”
“Airial was brilliant and wonderful in her presentation on sex positive parenting… Yes, the is very helpful and informative for both parents and non parents in developing ideas and strategies that help you talk with your child about the confusing messages about families structures, sexual, identity, and attractiveness.”