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Prevention - Education is key to saving lives and preventing crime!

The Prevention division funds the second by hosting healthy intimacy development events such as training and coaching led by qualified professionals who specialize in diverse and engaging topics. By offering comprehensive education we prevent harmful encounters and reduce sex-related crimes, suicides, unintended pregnancies, and lifelong traumas.

Prevention presents a "spoonful of sugar" approach because those who need education don’t seek it unless it is presented in a way that is engaging and enjoyable. Sex profoundly influences our mental and emotional well-being, physical health, religious beliefs, political attitudes, and societal norms. Topics such as pregnancy, menstruation, and the distinction between physical and emotional maturity for sexual contact are often debated. Such uninformed statements only perpetuate misconceptions and further highlight the need for education.

A Senator supported taxes citing orgasms from using tampons! An Idaho Representative asked if women could swallow pills with cameras to look at babies in the womb! Another Senator talked about abortion at 52 weeks. Congressperson citing cattle giving birth to dead calves so women can too. A Representative wants medical professionals to relocate tubal pregnancies or be charged with murder. Another Representative said pregnancy from rape can’t happen because rape kits clean you out.

Moreover, certain pregnancy-related myths are used to rationalize acts of sexual violence. These myths suggest that women can control when they conceive, asserting that they only become pregnant when they are in love and sexually satisfied. This dangerous mindset deflects blame from the perpetrators and undermines the experiences of survivors.

While it may seem unfathomable, there have been instances where men have accused women of intentionally harming babies through various absurd means. These accusations range from the belief that swimming can drown a fetus to the notion that spicy food can harm the developing baby when falling on the baby. Such baseless accusations not only perpetuate harmful stereotypes but also lead to unjust treatment of women, including incarceration after miscarriage.

Perhaps one of the most disheartening realities is that many individuals still feel fear and shame in coming forward to report incidents of abuse or violence. The prevalence of these negative emotions serves as a barrier to seeking the necessary support and justice, compounding the already challenging circumstances faced by survivors.

Additionally, mortuaries are often reluctant to hire men due to concerns about the desecration of corpses. Children are tragically frequent victims of abuse and sex-related crimes. There have been disturbing cases where coma patients have become pregnant because of sexual assault. Animal Porn and crush videos exist. Proving crimes is not about clothes, drinking, lifestyle, or asking for it as some suggest.

Recovery - We strive to empower individuals to achieve sexual success (Sexess!).

The Recovery division provides support and resources for individuals who have experienced trauma, facilitating their journey toward healing and reconnecting to their bodies in healthy ways. We are committed to providing comprehensive support to victims.

Despite our lively and fun approach to education, we remain fully dedicated to the seriousness of Recovery. The number of victims significantly exceeds the current availability of assistance. It is imperative to have a wide range of adaptable options to ensure that victims can lead safe and stable lives.

 

Central to this is the provision of support and advocacy services that help victims transition into survivors. The needs of victims are very real, and people's lives are at stake.  

Furthermore, there is a significant lack of support available to those who have experienced sex crimes and domestic violence. The waiting list for domestic violence assistance extends beyond six months, leaving individuals in vulnerable situations without immediate access to the help they need. Additionally, there is a notable backlog of rape investigations and unprocessed rape kits, further delaying justice for survivors.

 

Through our trauma coaching program, we offer personalized support to victims, helping them navigate the healing process and regain control of their lives.

 

Our Safe Stays initiative provides victims with a secure environment, ensuring their safety and well-being while they transition to a new chapter.

In recognition of the financial hardships victims often face, we help with moving expenses, legal and divorce costs, and other necessary expenses. We believe that by alleviating these financial burdens, we can empower victims to break free from their abusive situations and start afresh.

 

Additionally, we are dedicated to suicide prevention, recognizing the profound impact that these traumatic experiences can have on an individual's mental health.

 

Unintended pregnancies can also be a consequence of sex crimes and domestic violence. To address this, we have implemented an unintended pregnancy prevention program that ensures victims have access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare, empowering them to make informed decisions about their bodies and future.

 

Our commitment to research is a vital aspect of our work. By studying the causes and solutions of sex crimes, we aim to develop effective prevention strategies and contribute to the broader discourse on ending these heinous acts. Furthermore, understanding the factors that contribute to re-offending enables us to develop targeted interventions.

 

The importance of our work cannot be overstated. By providing high-quality education on anatomy, physiology, psychology, and sociology, we enable individuals to develop a deeper understanding of the intricacies and consequences of sexual relationships. Sex is a complex and multifaceted aspect of our lives. Weaponizing sex-related fear, shame, and hate are used as tools for control, resulting in severe outcomes. These forms of control manipulate various aspects of life including politics, religion, and everyday life.

Mission – Our mission at Sexess is to eradicate sexual taboos and dismantle the weaponization of sex. We believe that the use of fear, shame, and hate concerning sex is a form of control that has severe consequences. This manipulation extends its reach into politics, religion, and everyday life, leading to a negative impact on teachers, victims, and those who support abusers.

Vision – Our vision is to create a world where we can effectively reduce instances of domestic violence, rape, suicide, unintended pregnancy, sex-based hate, and bigotry, as well as prude/slut-shaming and sex-related violence.

Goals – We aim to improve public and personal safety and health, promote self and healthcare awareness, advocate for better laws that protect individuals, enhance freedom and quality of life, and foster a better understanding of sex and relationships.

Purpose – History has shown us the profound connection between sex and various aspects of daily life, such as abortion and mass shootings. The presence of taboos and misconceptions surrounding sex often leads to violent actions. Therefore, our primary focus is on prevention through education. We believe that the key to progress lies in studying researched facts and disseminating this knowledge.

Education

  • Enhancing competence leads to improved performance.

  • Delivering comprehensive education engagingly and enjoyably facilitates better retention.

  • Encouraging hands-on engagement during classes promotes sustained interest.

Research

  • By analyzing behaviors, we can identify signs that can help prevent crimes.

  • Testing solutions through research allows us to identify the most effective outcomes.

  • Meta studies enable the comparison of multiple programs and their results from around the world.

Advocacy

  • Engaging in open conversations about issues helps dispel myths and misconceptions.

  • Increasing public knowledge and acceptance supports trauma recovery, and legal support, and encourages victims to come forward.

  • Providing the necessary help and support to victims.

Prevention

  • Integrating research, education, and advocacy efforts enables the development of effective preventive measures and attitudes.

  • Reducing the number of victims contributes to the improvement of communities and society as a whole.

  • By reducing the number of offenders, we alleviate the strain on the court system, law enforcement, incarceration facilities, and healthcare.

Victim services

  • Assisting victims in their recovery process helps them regain normal, productive lives.

  • Recovered victims often become advocates and support others in similar situations.

  • Implementing initiatives for suicide and addiction prevention.

Our topics of discussion will cover a wide range, including:

  • Effective communication for sexual preparation

  • Consent, dating, and relationship rules

  • Establishing and respecting boundaries

  • Understanding different types of individuals (e.g., alpha, beta, simp, dom, sigma, chad, alpha submissive)

  • Nice guys, friend zone, and incels

  • Desensitization, indoctrination, and education

  • The concepts of love, sex, intimacy, romance, and sensuality

  • Attraction and beauty standards

  • Identity and sexual orientation

  • Health risks and benefits

  • Male and female anatomy, size, and shape misconceptions

  • Disability and differently-abled individuals

  • Cultural constraints and Body Image

  • Shaming, stereotypes, biases, and bigotry

  • Gendered color coding (pink and blue)

  • The weaponization of sex

  • Entitlement and its consequences

  • Violence, crimes, trafficking, and the impact on marginalized communities

  • Toxic masculinity and its manifestations (e.g., MGTOW, manosphere)

  • Toxic femininity too

  • The influence of politics on women's autonomy

  • Exploring the connection between religion and sexuality

  • Visual aspects of sexuality, including pornography and its impact

  • The significance of masturbation

  • The pursuit of pleasure and embracing the moment

  • Sexting and the intricacies of phone or online sexual interactions

  • Exploring sexual fantasies and their role in relationships

  • The realities of sex work and gig economy-based engagements

  • Exploring smut and erotica

  • Purity culture 

  • Relationship dynamics - marriage, divorce, dating, rebounds, cultural attitudes, and traditional practices (e.g., Willy Lynch attitude, Exodus 20 8-10, genital mutilation)

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