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Liz W, Purdue University

"It’s about time that we all started talking about sex, and making sexual health less uncomfortable of a topic. Knowledge is power, and if I can help one person become more powerful, I think I’ve fulfilled my job as a campus sexpert. I’ve learned so much about sexual health, and myself, through working with tabú. Social media is the way of the future and tabú has that figured out. I love that they are educating people while keeping it real!"

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Liz W, Purdue University
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Elle W, Stanford University

"Access to information is the most important tool that people can have to take control of their sexual health and explore their sexuality on their own terms. Educational programs often ignore sexual pleasure, if they are offered at all, and pop culture and porn tend to portray fantasies that gloss over health, consent, communication, and safe exploration--all of which are equally important for wellbeing. I’m excited to work with tabú because they are focused on filling in those gaps, ensuring that people can make empowered choices."

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Elle W, Stanford University
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Sarah O, Winona State University

"As president of a feminist club on my campus, tabú has given me the necessary tools to educate members on topics that are otherwise not talked about. Being unapologetically yourself in terms of your sexuality is absolutely vital in discovering your identity as an individual. tabú has provided a way to discuss these tricky topics in a way that is inclusive to all experiences."

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Sarah O, Winona State University