Ready Sexy Able Resources

Sex Ed For Every Body

Ducky DooLittle. Has been teaching people about sex, and about their bodies, for over twenty years. At the very center of her teaching is the idea that everyone’s bodies and desires are different, and that each of us needs to have the freedom to figure out what works. She is the author of Sex With The Lights ON: 200 Illuminating Sex Questions Answered. Click here to learn more about Ducky Doolittle’s work

Jam Educator Karen B.K. Chan offers us a new way to think about sex and sexuality – one in which “experience and pleasure are valued, partners are collaborators in unscripted journeys, and consent is ongoing and reciprocal, just like in any musical jam session.” Subtitles are available in English, French, and Portuguese.

Click here for some highlights from the film or visit the Jam Youtube page.

Scarleteen. Written for people in their teens and twenties, scarleteen’s articles and advice columns on sex, sexuality, relationships and abuse can be used by people of all ages. Information is updated on a regular basis, and is clear and easy-to-read. Scarleteen is, and always has been disability inclusive. learn more here

Diversity through Inclusive Practice: An Evolving Toolkit for Creating Inclusive Processes, Spaces & Events You can plan inclusive events. Making sure that people of different abilities, sexual orientations, races and ethnicities – oh, just make sure that people who are diverse and different from each other – are at your event will make it a richer experience for everyone, whether it’s a dance party or a political planning meeting. This toolkit gives us tips on planning inclusive events and covers everything from choosing a location, to preparing event materials, to training staff and volunteers, to welcoming participants – and so much more. They even cover the thorny issue of how to make space in the budget for inclusion and accessibility. Click here for the toolkit.

Joan PriceJoan is a powerhouse of sexuality knowledge for folks 50 and older. Yes, 50 and older. Seniors can and do have sex and Joan has made it her mission to prove that to the world, and help seniors have happier, safer, more satisfying sexual and intimate relationships. Joan reviews sex toys from a senior sex perspective, and writes about all sorts of subject from the unique relationship challenges facing older people to the best sex positions to try for arthritic joints…and so much more! Click here for Naked At Our Age: Sex and Aging Views and News.