The Pleasure Project is an educational, advocacy and research initiative that promotes safer sex that feels good.
While most safer sex and HIV prevention programmes are negative and disease-focused, The Pleasure Project is different: we take a positive, liberating and sexy approach to safer sex. Think of it as sex education … with the emphasis on ‘sex’.
We aim to make sex safer by addressing one of the major reasons people have sex: the pursuit of pleasure.
The Pleasure Project works with:
- NGOs and the public health sector
- erotic media producers
- journalists and media outlets
We provide innovative training, consultancy, research and publications to sexual health trainers and counselors, NGOs and others who want to take a more sex-positive approach to their work. We help erotic media producers to incorporate sexy safer-sex into porn films and other media. And we research and write pioneering articles for influential publications, such as The Lancet and Reproductive Health Matters.
We are the leading international voice working to eroticize safer sex, and have been featured in newspapers and magazines and on radio and TV around the world.
You can read more about the Pleasure Project on our home page.
The Pleasure Project is an initiative of Taking Action for Sexual Health (TASH) www.tash.org.uk.