I believe everyone deserves sex education that is consent-focused, inclusive, pleasure-centered, accessible, and trauma-informed. I develop diverse, nonjudgmental environments for brave conversations, where people can get honest information and tools to transform their lives. I work in many different mediums exploring identity, sexuality, relationships, and representation in marginalized communities. Whether I am in a room full of 5 television writers, 25 queer students, or 2,500 public health professionals, my passion is to educate, challenge, inspire, and empower you. I am committed to freeing the world of sexual shame, lifting up unheard voices, and creating space for all of us to embrace our authentic selves and build community. As an anti-racist, sex-positive feminist, I want to do my part to bring more justice and compassion into the world.