In this episode, Hannah is joined by Melissa Pintor Carnagey, who is a licensed social worker, sexuality educator, and the founder of Sex Positive Familes. Melissa discusses what Sex Positive Families is and what they do, and also her own personal sexual health journey from being raised in a Catholic family to running a sex-positive organisation. She and Hannah talk about what it means to raise sexually healthy children, and some of the damaging myths surrounding sex education. Finally, Hannah and Melissa discuss examples of how to answer surprising questions from children, and how to build trust with the young people in our lives.
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Melissa Pintor Carnagey (she/they) is the founder of Sex Positive Families. She is an Austin-based licensed social worker, sexuality educator, and parent of three. Sex Positive Families provides parents and caring adults with the education, resources, and support to raise sexually healthy children using a shame-free, comprehensive, and pleasure-positive approach. Find out more here:
Sex Positive Families: https://sexpositivefamilies.com/
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