Sex Ed Activity and Documentaries, Part II

Yesterday I filmed all day long with two delightful French documentary makers. We filmed at three locations: an interview at an office at UT, a local sex store where I introduced vibrators to an older teenager, and a local Unitarian Universalist church where I led a sex class for middle school students about sexual anatomy and masturbation. It was exhausting.

Probably the most fun was introducing the middle school students to the vibrators and the vulva puppets. We had lots of great laughs and silliness – as all human sexuality classes should.

And today I am resting.

Because tomorrow I head to Dallas to be trained in Our Whole Lives, the Unitarian Universalist human sexuality curriculum. The curriculum covers Kindergarten through High School, plus as two adult curricula. I will be in the training to present the 7th – 9th grade and 10th – 12th grade curricula. Much fun! But much exhaustion as well.

So today I am resting.

About Karen Rayne

Dr. Karen Rayne has been supporting parents and families since 2007 when she received her PhD in Educational Psychology. A specialist in child wellbeing, Dr. Rayne has spent much of her career supporting parents, teachers, and other adults who care for children and teenagers.


  1. You are going to be an OWL instructor? That is excellent! Can’t wait to hear about that training and your impressions of the program.

    Dr. Kris

  2. Rest up. It’s a good training, but any full weekend of training can sure take it out of you. See you tomorrow.

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