In this video, Laci Green offers a basic overview to sexual consent: how to properly ask for consent, as well as what consent does and does not sound like. In the second half of the video, she discusses a few circumstances in which consent cannot be obtained (when the person is drunk, underage, or when you’re an authority figure). She concludes on the thought that cultivating a culture where good consent is the norm is one of the most powerful ways to prevent sexual assault, and we all have to be a part of it.

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my guide to sexual consent is uppity up!  let’s talk about:

✔ why consent is rly rly hella important
✔ how to ask for consent
✔ what consent looks like
✔ consent when you’re drunk


Sex With Disabilities?

Laci Green and student disability activist Olivia delve into the world of disability and sexuality. We begin by talking about Olivia’s disabilities, ableist language, and stereotypes about people with disabilities (pwd). In the second section, Olivia’s successes and challenges with dating are discussed. In the third section, Laci and Olivia discuss various disabilities and how they are accommodated during sex with the help of things like medication, wedges, attendants, and even a wheelchair itself.

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new vid is up ~ SEX WITH DISABILITIES?  my lovely friend olivia joins me to talk about her experiences with sexuality and disabilities!  tons of info, including:

✔ Stereotypes about people with disabilities
✔ Her successes and challenges with dating
✔ How to accommodate various disabilities during sex


List of questions and time….thingy:
0:11 How do you work around it if both parties are wheelchair bound?
0:48 Can you climax the same way?
1:11 How does a person without a disability approach somebody with a disability that they’re interested in?
1:20 To people with disabilities who haven’t had their sexual debut, do you have any advice?
1:46 What’s your opinion on government subsidies for sex workers for pwd?
2:24 Being disabled myself, I often have feelings of low self esteem. How do I get over that and approach a love interest?
3:22 Have you ever found it difficult to attract someone, even if they’re comfortable with your disability?
3:53 Can pwd who have no sensation in their genitals still enjoy sexual activities? If so, how?
4:31 What’s the best way to bring up sex activities/limitations with someone who is disabled that you’re interested in?
5:11 Is masturbation difficult for a pwd at all, just out of curiosity?
5:35 Advice for dealing with able-bodied people who refuse to believe pwd have sex?
6:10 Why does everyone think that pwd aren’t sexual beings?
6:53 How to deal with bullying comments about you & your disabled partner’s sex life?
7:21 Does having a disability make it more difficult to get educated about sex? What was your sex ed like?
7:58 What might be construed as a disability?

Sex Bytes 4 - Male Rank and Masturbation

Sure, we all engage in a little self satisfaction now and then. It’s perfectly natural, and there are many biologically relevant hypotheses to explain it. Recent work on Rhesus macaques has revealed that male RANK has a lot to do with incidence of masturbation - but there’s a wacky (pun intended) twist on the story that you won’t believe!!

This episode based on:
“Effect of Mating Activity and Dominance Rank on Male Masturbation Among Free-Ranging Male Rhesus Macaques”
by: Constance Dubuc, Sean P. Coyne & Dario Maestripieri
Ethology 119 (2013) 1006—1013
DOI: doi: 10.1111/eth.12146

via Carin Bondar.

Sex Bytes 103 Supersized Sex Cannibals

The ‘Aggressive Spillover’ hypothesis describes the behaviour of super-aggressive females. Not only do they attack and kill prey species, they attack and kill potential suitors even BEFORE they’ve mated with them! What is going on here? What could be the evolutionary explanation for these SuperSized Sex Cannibals?

via Carin Bondar.

Ask Lindsey №9: Humor, First Times, and Spitting

In which Lindsey answers some questions.

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Sex Bytes 102: Smelly Vaginas

Despite the fact that female humans are ‘concealed ovulators’, our bodies still provide pheromonal cues to indicate when we are ovulating (and most likely to become pregnant). The big question is: Can our male counterparts detect and interpret these signals?

This Episode Based on:
“Attractiveness of women’s body odors over the menstrual cycle: the role of oral contraceptives and receiver sex”
Behavioral Ecology 15(4): 579-584
By: Seppo Kuukasjavi, C. J. Peter Eriksson, Esa Koskela, Tapio Mappes, Kari Nissinen, and Markus J. Rantala

via Carin Bondar.

Sex Bytes 101: Strategic Ejaculation

Welcome to Sex Bytes! This will be a weekly series about all of the weird and wonderful world of animal sexuality. Since the wild popularity of my last series ‘Wild Sex’, I’ve been wanting to continue sharing this awesome material. So please come back for your weekly dose of quirky and crazy animal sex biology!

This episode based on:
Strategic sperm allocation and a Coolidge effect in an externally fertilizing species.
By: Rowena Spence, Martin Reichard, and Carl Smith
Behavioral Ecology 24(1): 82-88

via Carin Bondar.

More on Condoms

In which Lindsey gives you some more info on condoms. Sizing, types, alternative uses, how they’re made, good stuff!

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Somebody loves the planet.



What is sexual objectification and why is it a big deal? In this video I give a (very brief) overview of our culture’s sexual objectification problem and how it contributes to gender & sexual inequality in every sphere of life — as well as perpetuating rape culture.

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new video babes!  in this episode I talk about how

✔society reduces women to things to have sex with
✔it’s so common it feels normal 
✔sexual objectification directly contributes to rape culture


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We feel the title is fairly self explanatory.

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I’d like to thank Hank for leading the humping-various-parts-of-Missoula movement. Without him this video would have been less … (whatever it is). So thanks Hank!

Magical Multiple Orgasms

In this video I talk about the misconception that men (and anyone with a penis) are unable to have multiple orgasms. First I discuss how orgasm and ejaculation fit into the sexual response cycle and I finish with a few techniques for learning how to have multiple orgasms.

via lacigreen:

new video is up!  fun fact: men AND women (and everyone in between) are capable of having multiple orgasms.

…..i just wanna make sure you ring in the new year right


Animal Sex: How Worms Do It

The mating behavior of the roundworm C. Elegans is surprisingly sophisticated, requiring complex nerve control.

via Live Science Videos.

Virgins, Raisins, and Sexy Serving Boys - Heina Dadabhoy

This talk was part of the Sexy Secular Conference, which was hosted by The Secular Student Alliance at The University of Akron and happened on Saturday Oct. 19th 2013.


Duration: 49:25

via Hambone Productions.

Ask Lindsey #7: What is love, Dan Savage, and complaints!

via tumblingdoe:

There was quite a bit of deliberation about this video. I don’t want to feed trolls. I do want to maintain dialogue. I think some people who post in the comments hate to hate; they eat anger for breakfast? Others are nerds like me who care about things like I care about sexuality. They have their experience, research, and education to draw from. They want to understand my decisions and support accurate sex education by guiding me along a smart path.

I don’t want to block dialogue because I’m afraid of the trolls.

This was all taken into account when I thought about addressing some of the hottest-button issues found in the comment section of Sexplanations’ videos. My thinking went like: Come out and use your words, especially when the talk is tough. You also have a smart path.

So after more than average advisement and many deep breaths, here are my responses to the heat of tweedle-beetle battles for all the world to see.

Does Pulling Out Work?

In which Lindsey talks about Withdrawal… Coitus Interruptus… Pulling Out! Is it a viable form of birth control?

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You deserve comprehensive sex education.