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My Story

Since 2011, I’ve worked with friends and clients to provide accurate sexual health education and pleasure-based recommendations. 

I have long been passionate about promoting social justice and sexual health. I have a long history of queer advocacy in educational spaces, dating back to my social justice organizing in my East Tennessee high school. I started a social justice club, which was shut down by the school administration for its focus on LGBTQ+ issues.

That experience propelled me to get involved in queer activism throughout college, where I organized both on campus and with queer students at local high schools to help them create their own queer student organizations.

I approach my work and life through an intersectional lens that is informed by social, disability, and racial justice frameworks. I bring that perspective to my work with individuals and groups.


About My Approach

How I Can Help

I understand the weight and frustration of feeling like there is more out there for you when it comes to sex and intimacy but not knowing where to begin. I provide comprehensive sexual health education, coaching, and recommendations aimed at helping you to feel confident in pursuing the sexual life you want on your own terms. I have a strong knowledge base regarding human sexuality, consent, relationships, and communication skills. I look at sexuality and health through an intersectional lens that is informed by social, disability, and racial justice frameworks. My approach is also trauma- aware/informed. I live to encourage others to see the value in cultivating their own authentic pleasure and to appreciate sexual health as a component of overall health and wellbeing.

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Annual Sexual Attitude Reassessment (SAR) Training and on-going education in the field.

Five years of experience in the sex toy industry.