As I write this, I’m more than halfway through our latest Feminist Book Club book — Alice Wong’s Disability Visibility — and deep into the heart of Sex Ed for All Month. Previously known as Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, the month of May has since been earmarked as a time to raise awareness around how we provide (or don’t provide) young people with adequate sexuality education and resources.
For me, this month brings up questions of those we tend to leave behind in conversations about sex ed. This includes BIPOC students, LGBTQ+ students and, yes, disabled students.
Read this entire article over at the Feminist Book Club blog.