Human sexuality from a biological, psychological, and educational perspective.
A place where all types of people can come and learn the basics about life’s most confusing and hard to talk about questions.
“A library is a place where you can lose your innocence without losing your virginity.” ― Germaine Greer
“I knew I was different. I thought that I might be gay or something because I couldn't identify with any of the guys at all. None of them liked art or music. They just wanted to fight and get laid. It was many years ago but it gave me this real hatred for the average American macho male.” ― Kurt Cobain
The action of conceiving a child from fertilization to full term development and size comparisons per developmental weeks.
Human biological development for male and female sexes, from pre-puberty through post-puberty. Includes the basics of sexual anatomy primary and secondary developments, other biological development (hair, acne, etc...) and hormonal changes.
Human Nature and the distinguishing characteristics; including ways of thinking, feeling, and acting. The psychological patterns related to child development from different parenting types and their effect as the child becomes an adult.
Definition of sex and sexual acts, explanations of different sexual act types including the solitary and group use of objects to achieve sexual performance.
A quick overview of the percentage of people having sex and sexual activities.
Definitions and explanations of sexual identity, gender, sexual preference, and sex in regards to biology.
Sex appeal and beauty in both a local culture and world wide.
Defining love and sex and providing a comparison and contrast for the two.
Descriptions of biological reactions to love and sex from both the male and female perspective.
Overview of the psychological reactions produced from having sex or being in love.
Defining orgasm and what is happening physically and chemically to both sexes during an orgasm.
Discussion on orgasm and culture and how it is honored in different places.
Interesting and possibly weird facts related to orgasm.
Overview of the different methods of sexual protection for both male and female sexes and why some engage in the use of contraceptives.
How to use and about nonprescription contraceptives including outside resources for more information.
Overview on abstinence and why some people choose it.
What is an STI and why it’s name changed from STD.
7 Most common types of STIs and how they are transferred.
Legal issues for reporting STIs.
Support groups for testing and living with STIs.
A brief glimpse through time from Ancient Greeks and romans, to the Victorian Era, to China’s current sexual revolution and to U.S. sexual culture revolution.
A basic understanding of the different types of fetishes people have have in regards to both sexual and non-sexual.
Aspects of sexual assault in relation to sexual violence.
Associated legal issues with regarding harassment, assault, and rape.
Prevention, preparation, and support in sexual cases.