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Remedial Sex Ed

Three friends who grew up in Salt Lake City explore all the things they didn't learn in their public school sex education. And that's a lot of things, so strap it in, strap it on, and dive in to the world of remedial sex ed for anxious adult children.

It's a weekly podcast featuring interviews with people who actually know what they're talking about when it comes to sexual health, round-table discussion, stories, and bits. Everybody loves bits!

So why don't you smash that like button, give us a listen, laugh along uncomfortably, and who knows? You might even learn something.

Mar 25, 2019

In our latest adventure, new friend Sarah Kinsey gives us the low down on a TON of birth control options. Who knew there were so many? Not Colin, that's for sure. Set a course with the S.S. SexPod and find the method that works for you! A great resource about sex & relationships for young adults. 

Mar 18, 2019

Thank you to our new friend Other Megan for allowing Megan Prime to interview her for this episode. Other Megan is a med student who taught sexual health classes at the women's prison outside Salt Lake. In this episode, she gives us the comprehensive overview of STIs that we really really should've had in school. 


Mar 9, 2019

Remedial Sex Ed gives you the condom rundown that we never got in middle school. Talking about usage, myths, breakage, sizes, all that jazz. What's an organic condom? We still don't know. They're like an elusive sexual yeti. 

Show Notes, trying to be better about these cause I said I'd add them:

Mar 3, 2019

Welcome to our very first episode. In this one, we discuss consent (Something they definitely didn't teach us in school, why did they skip that!?) with our friend. She volunteers with an organization for LGBTQ Mormons and lead the youth portion of their sexual health talk. This is such an important topic, and we've...

Mar 3, 2019

Megan gives us a rundown, a thesis statement if you will, on what we can expect from the upcoming lessons and why she wanted to start this Podcast in the first place.