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"You want to—you need to—broaden the definition of sex.
Like the other night, my wife was singing to me, and I said, 'Oh, you're making love to me.'" One of the first pilot classes for the OWL program took place in Boston three years ago.
Speaking from her home near Boston, she explains that she'd always felt fortunate to have what she considered healthy feelings about her sexuality.
"My dad was a general practitioner and my mom was a counselor, and they were very open with my brother and me growing up," she says.
(In the past ten years, it's estimated, more than 40,000 children, young adults, and adults have taken at least one OWL class.) Michael Tino, a Unitarian Universalist minister with a Ph D in cell biology, cowrote the young adult OWL curriculum and understands why the adult classes have proved popular.
Then Detwiler pulled out a model of a penis and the "Wondrous Vulva Puppet." She had labels ready (clitoris, perineum, vagina, glans, PC muscle) and asked volunteers to place them correctly.
One says her sex life was "messy," explaining that she means nonlinear.
"I was always a little ashamed because I didn't do the perfect progression of first kiss, go steady, first love, first sex," she says.
The first few workshops turned out to be exactly what Sylvie was looking for.
Jane Detwiler, a certified sexuality educator, and her cofacilitator led the group through "anatomy of pleasure" and "understanding sexual response" exercises.