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Yvonne on 31/12/2009 at 5:57 pm
I wanted to bring this website to your attention. The Welcomed Consensus are teachers of a form of pleasurable sex called Deliberate Orgasm (DOing) which I think is an excellent form of safer sex and one that emphasizes fun and pleasure especially for women and communication between partners.
They have many DVDs made by the teachers demonstrating Deliberate Orgasm from the very introductory to the more detailed. One of their DVDs “Positions” shows using latex and water soluable lubricant while DOing. I think you will like what you see there.
Thanks for what your project is doing.
prabhakar sinha on 17/05/2010 at 4:33 am
yes, while participating in the art for life event, I came to know about the pleasure projects’ initiatives.
I appreciate project’s objectives that intend to promote pleasure while indulging in safer sexual acts. thats a wonderful idea. I also liked making of vagina (s) on the canvas.
anne on 12/07/2010 at 5:30 pm
Thanks Prabhakar, and we appreciate your drawings !
Megha on 16/05/2011 at 10:44 am
I came across this through facebook.
Keep me posted on future meet ups and if i can write for you guys sometime.
Annie on 19/05/2011 at 12:53 pm
Hi Megha – you can sign up for our RSS feed on face book or our email updates. Or just keep an eye on our blog or put your email in to be notified every time we blog post…..Thanks for the interest. A
Tim Handorf on 13/12/2011 at 9:28 am
We would love to share with you an article that we just posted on our own blog! “20 New Trends in Sex Education” (http://www.bestcollegesonline.com/blog/2011/12/12/20-new-trends-in-sex-education/) would be an interesting story for your readers to check out and discuss on your blog.
Either way, I hope you continue putting out great content through your blog. It has been a sincere pleasure to read.
Jennifer Brown on 09/05/2013 at 2:26 pm
I learnt about your blog through the IDS website and I am very interested in the important work that you are doing. I have a background in International Development but I am becoming increasingly interested in Sexual and Reproductive Health, especially for young women.
I completed my MA in Johannesburg and my thesis was based on the attitudes of students and teachers towards a compulsory subject called Life Orientation. It is a bit like PSHE or Citizenship in UK schools and is supposed to teach the students about a wide variety or topics; from their democratic rights to how to put on a condom correctly.
However, I found that the girls in the grade 11 classes were often left out of the conversations and I linked this to Michelle Fine’s theory of a ‘Missing Discourse of Desire’ in Sex Education lessons across the world.
Whilst in South Africa, I also worked for a HIV organisation on an mHealth project which disseminated free sexual and reproductive health information to young South Africans through their mobile phones. This was an amazing experience as I was responsible for directly answering their often very personal health questions and concerns. I built up an article database on the site so they could educate themselves about contraception and childcare. I also endeavoured to make the sex education sexy and wrote about love, relationships and in depth details about how to achieve female orgasm, which is something that many of the young women did not consider or even know was possible.
I would love to have the opportunity to work or collaborate in some way with the Pleasure Project. I saw on your blog that you invite guest bloggers so I was wondering if you would like me to compose an article about either of my experiences above. Alternatively, if you have any other topics that you would like researching and writing about, I would love to get involved.
Also, I was wondering whether the Pleasure Project has any plans to expand this important work beyond the blog or whether you collaborate with other partners in the field of sexual health. I think it would be amazing if the Pleasure Project could facilitate, for instance, a school program to bring these issues and conversations to the young adults that are starting the journey of exploring their bodies for the first time.
I look forward to hearing from you and any thoughts that you have.
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