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© 2018 by Natasha Singh

TESTIMONIALs

"School should not just be a place to learn algebra and grammar. It should mature kids into adults and prepare them for real life situations and relationships. That’s what this class did for me.”

10th grade boy

“I wanted to send you a heartfelt thank you for the parent workshop yesterday. It was very thought-provoking and I am sure, sparked the beginning (and continuation) of many conversations in all of our households! As an educator and sexual literacy advocate, you are uniquely poised to offer the information to both the parent population and the kids, and in followup conversations with everyone, we were all so impressed by you, the much needed work you are doing and the facility with which you bring your knowledge to us in an accessible, straightforward and considerate manner.  I am so looking forward for the kids to have today's workshop and so glad this is available for them. What a gift!”

Parent

"I feel as though my eyes are wide open now and I am so grateful for that.  I hope more students can experience this.  It was truly a class that I will never forget."

9th grade girl


“This class has made me laugh, cry, cringe, gasp, and mostly, think critically.”

12th grade girl

 “I think this class was so successful because it focused on issues surrounding both men and women and made a conscious effort to eliminate the trend of man shaming.”

11th grade boy


“It is quite honestly hard for me to represent the impact this class had on me. I have to thank you, Natasha, because you have allowed me to explore the most confusing and controversial subjects in such thought provoking ways. “

10th grade girl

“We always have talked rather openly, but I think your time with the boys reinforced . . .  just how 'OK' it is to talk with us,  that the things we've taught were reiterated (respect, etc.) really AREN'T just our own 'wants' for him, but are a sign of healthy relationships and interactions.  It normalized our approach to these conversations, and he seemed relieved, almost.  Lots more chatting (about things I never thought I could, BTW), but all very healthy and really gave us some bonding time.  It seems like we're closer again, perhaps because he knows that he's not going at this puberty thing all alone, and that we're on his side ... not against him, not ashamed, and willing to talk when he is.”

Parent


“I was super skeptical about taking the class, but I am very glad I did. It has certainly affected the person that I am going to be in and out of the classroom for a very long time.”

11th grade boy


“You provided a safe space to express myself and fully explore where my identity as a female dovetails with societal norms, cultural expectations, and society's ideals of womanhood.”

11th grade girl

“My boys came home without a complaint (shocking!) and in fact saying it was pretty fun.  Kudos to you for being so engaging and relevant.”

Parent

 “The biggest thing this class taught me was that these problems are not the man's fault, but society's as a whole. Because our lessons were taught with that mind-frame, I felt as if I was able to grow and contribute as a man to our ongoing conversation about gender.”

10th grade boy

“In this class alone, I have learned so much about myself and have grown more comfortable with the person I am. Everything about this class has provided me with a new lens that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.“

12th grade girl

“Thanks Natasha for such wonderful feedback on our kids’ participation and engagement.  We’ve already been discussing the media/porn industries, porn exposure, healthy relationships, toxic boy culture and more!”

Parent

 

"This class was insightful, shocking, empowering, and helpful. I highly recommend it. I will now analyze things around me in a new light."

9th grade girl

"This was a wonderful experience. Thank you for teaching me to see the world."

6th grade girl

“I wanted to let you know that once my daughter got in the car today after  [your workshop] she went on and on about how wonderful the whole experience had been for her and her friends. ... Thank you for the opportunity for the sophomores to discuss these issues in a safe environment.”

Parent

"I wish you could come to our school. Everyone should learn this."

6th grade boy

"This class was very meaningful to me. It actually teaches you things that will really change you. Thank you!"

7th grade girl

“An opening of lines of communication, instead of the classic teen shut-out.  Thank you so much!”

Parent

"Thank you so much for all this incredible advice. I have had my eyes opened to so many things. I truly do think you should write a book, and it will become a bestseller!"

8th grade girl

"I think this was a great experience because I learned a lot and now I feel more comfortable and know what to say and feel about the things I see on the internet and social media. It think it’s also really cool to teach kids about how much images have changed over time because it’s really interesting."

9th grade boy

"I loved getting to know other people. I didn’t know people felt so strongly about these topics!"

8th grade girl

“I am so grateful!  We've already begun more conversations and it feels like a new door has opened.”

Parent