Sex Ed in Color pulls back the curtain on what it's like working as a sexuality professional, as a person of color.
39: 2020 Annual Review
After a very long break, Sex Ed in Color is back (sort of). In this episode, we're taking a look at 2020 and reflecting on what worked, what didn't, and what we're going to be moving forward with in 2021.
38: What's Your Role?
The work is just beginning, my friend.
In this solo episode, I'm sharing with you some insights on what I've been processing in terms of the shifts in recognizing and dismantling anti-Black racism — how it connects to shame, grace, and the importance of taking aligned action.
37: The Truth About Being a Certified Sex Educator
I'm officially a certified sex educator! In this episode, I'm sharing my experience in becoming certified, and what you need to know if you're considering taking the same path for yourself.
36: Q&A, Part 1
In this solo episode, I'm sharing my A... to your Q's, that is. Listen in as I answer your questions on pivoting, social media, getting started as a sex educator and my top pick for favorite toy.
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35: Love & Other Things, with Francesca Hogi
In this episode, I'm chatting with love and life coach Francesca Hogi. Listen in as she shares her unique introduction to the field, the ways that people continue to connect even in modern times, and how coaching is an important part of the sexuality field.
34: We Will Make It Through
Times are hard right now — we're ALL feeling it. So this week's episode is a reminder for you and me that we can make it through. And even more than that, the work that sexuality professionals do everyday is vital and important.
So let's keep showing up.
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Clear, thoughtful, super smart
Cameron drops serious wisdom and dives right in to heart of things. So good!
Intersectional, informative, enlightening
The host is wonderful, and I love the focus on people of color and intersectionality. I learned so much and feel more liberated. Each episode opens my mind and feels like a warm hug.
Helpful and Extremely Encouraging
She has the facts, the experience and, most importantly to me right now, a message that encourages us all to follow our individual path to become the powerful, successful educators we are meant to be. I feel proud of my own personal journey and choices after listening to her.