We are excited to highlight LGBTQ+ educators in honor of Pride Month! Check out all these lovely humans.
Bianca Laureano (she/her) is an award-winning queer-identifying educator, curriculum writer, facilitator, and sexologist. Bianca is foundress of the Women of Color Sexual Health Network, co-founder of The LatiNegrxs Project, ANTE UP! Virtual Freedom Professional Development School for Justice Workers, hosts LatinoSexuality.com, and co-directed the film BLACK PERVERT. She has written several curricula that focus on communities of color and wrote the sexual and reproductive justice discussion guide for the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. She was the Lead Educator for the Netflix film Crip Camp (2020) and led the efforts to create a curriculum that is rooted in disability justice practice, self-determination, and social-emotional learning competences! She received an honorary PhD for her work of justice, equity, and inclusion in the US sexuality field May 2020.
Casey Tanner MA, LCPC, CST (they/them) is a queer sex therapist and founder of The Expansive Group, a collective of passionate relationship, gender & sexuality professionals. Specializing in gender and sexual diversity, Casey partners with individuals, relationships, and institutions to expand limited mindsets, foster courageous behavior, and empower meaningful change around gender and sexuality. Their consulting and clinical work funds projects that provide free and low-cost sex educational services through their instagram, @queersextherapy.
Zachary Zane (he/him) is an author and educator with a weekly sex advice column at Men’s Health titled “Sexplain It.” In the column, he answers a diverse range of questions pertaining to masculinity, ethical non-monogamy, sexual insecurities, and the LGBTQ community. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Washington Post, Cosmo, The Daily Beast, NBC, GQ, Allure, Slate, Playboy, Bustle, Prevention, and AskMen among others. He also was a contributing editor at Pride.com, HIV Plus magazine, The Advocate magazine, and OUT magazine.
J Mase III
J Mase III (he/him) is a Black/Trans/queer poet & educator based in Seattle by way of Philly. As an educator, Mase has worked with community members in the US, UK, and Canada on the needs of LGBTQIA+ folks and racial justice in spaces such as K-12 schools, universities, faith communities and restricted care facilities. He is founder of awQward, the first trans and queer people of color talent agency.
Eva, MS (she/they) is a queer sexuality educator & sex science communicator. They are the host of Every Body Curious (@evrybodycurious), a fun and fact-based sex education web series and founder of the popular sex-ed YouTube channel “What’s My Body Doing.” They have contributed to research on sexuality and gender at the University of British Columbia, Women’s College Hospital, McMaster University, and University of Toronto. Her work has also appeared in Teen Vogue and Greatist.
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