Bringing Sex Education
to those who need it the most

I envision a world where every girl and every boy has access to quality information and resources to develop healthy intimate relationships. It is easy for western men and women to attend workshops, learn different perspectives on life, love and sex, pay for theraphy and even work it out through the old method of trial and error. However, most people in developing countries do not have this chance. Many have to conform to social and cultural norms that dictaminate what it means to be a man or a woman and how they should relate to each other. I am determined to break the cycle of silence and taboo in regards to intimacy, self-love and sex.
Will you join me?

Working 14 hours a day in a factory or blowing ping-pong balls out of your vagina should not be a woman´s only choices in life.

Taina Bien-Aimé
Executive Director of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATw)

What I propose

I believe in the power of education to change the world and that is exactly where I intend to put my focus. I am willing to bring together my passion for psychology, sociology, gender, human rights and even writing in order to help create a better world with healthier relationships both with oneself and the others.

Three are the pillars in which this project stands:

1. Social Development
2. Sex Education
3. Writing Therapy

Numbers Speak



of women have experienced some sort of sexual violence


girls become child brides every day


million girls and women have undergone female genital mutilation


teenagers get infected with HIV every hour in Sub-Saharan Africa

So, how do you end violence against women?

You start with boys

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