Recently there was an article in the NY Times, slamming the rise of amateur sex educators and YouTubers. In my own community of sexologists with Sex Coach University, we debated whether this was a good thing or not.
Maybe I’m biased.
I’m not only training with Sex Coach University, but I work for them too. The flip side is that this means I get a lot of insight into this field. I have done live training with one of the world’s most experienced sexologists from Sex Coach University and the World Association of Sex Coaches (WASC), and I have colleagues all over the world, many of them with doctorates and Phd’s in sexuality (including my boss, Dr Patti Britton). These are people I respect and admire: they worked hard to get to where they are, and care passionately about comprehensive education. Many of them are certified by AASECT, and are established therapists, counselors and medical professionals in their own right.