Below are a few of our favourite sex-positive influencers:
Shan Boodram certified sex educator, dating coach and relationship expert with over 35 million YouTube views. She also has mainstream coverage across all the major US TV networks, The New York Times, Forbes and Time Magazine.
Her online nom de plume is “Shan Boody,” Shan first caught the attention of press with her work on MTV’s Guide to Sex series that ran over the summer in 2016 and became the go-to-girl in the dating space when she was the host and executive producer of the Fullscreen series, Your Perfect Date. Last year, Shan hosted and produced Facebook Watch’s relationship series, Make Up or Break Up, which aired for 33 weeks.
Boodram’s new book, “The Game Of Desire: 5 Surprising Secrets to Dating with Dominance and Getting What You Want,” will be released this September by Harper Collins. Her previous book, “LAID,” was a best-seller.
Laci Green is a Los Angeles based YouTube personality and creator of the Indirect Message podcast. She created YouTube’s most popular sex education series, Sex Plus, while studying at UC Berkeley. In addition to Sex Plus, Green has produced award-winning educational series for Discovery Channel and MTV. Green has spoken at over 100 universities to promote healthy sexuality and served on the ACLU’s Board of Directors for 3 years. In 2019, she shifted her professional and academic focus toward information science.
Nadia Bokody, a journalist, media commentator and now publisher, is everywhere at the moment and definitely the woman to watch for honest and insightful videos and content. She is passionate about mental health advocacy, female sexual empowerment and the queen of “TMI”. Her work has been published in The Washington Post, Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, Cosmopolitan, and many more.
Founded and maintained by ACS Certified Sexologist Tyomi Morgan-Najieb, Glamerotica101 is a sex education blog whose mission is to assist people around the world with becoming more connected to their sex lives and relationships. Glamerotica101’s purpose is to help normalize conversations about sexuality to to encourage sexual liberation and freedom.
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