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Kidder Kaper is a published author and seasoned sex educator with an insanely popular weekly podcast and blog at sexisfun.net. As well known as his work has become in the adult section of the bookstore, he's heading into new territory where few of his ilk care to travel. He's taking a short hiatus from helping married couples build sexual intimacy and writing reviews on the latest in sex toy technology to focus on producing sex educational media for a significantly younger audience.
To reach this audience Kidder has decided to format the information in a series of comic books that can be downloaded, free of charge from the teen portal of the sexisfun.net website at sexisfun.net/teensite. The proposed topics list includes basic sexual anatomy information such as The Genitalia Owners Manual, to social and emotional issues like, How to End a Relationship. Kidder even has plans to tackle philosophical questions titles such as, Why Sexual Abstinence Kicks Ass, and So What My Friend is Gay?
His choice to design the information as a comic book extends well beyond format's popularity with adolescents. As he puts it, "It is all about the illustrations. When I was a teen I was forced to find sex information in the encyclopedia and read long and boring articles when all I really wanted to know is that my penis was normal, or that the feelings I was having were normal. Human's are visual creatures and we learn and understand things significantly better when we can see them. I found it maddening that I none of the books I had access to would just show me the answers I so desperately needed."
Because adolescents have more access to sexual imagery and information than ever before, thanks to the internet, Kidder believes his model of sex education is more important than ever. "The sexual imagery and information that kids are seeing today is not helpful to their sexual development. Pornography is a terrible substitution for sex education. The bodies, acts, and sexual responses displayed in porn is completely unrealistic and it is changing the way that young people view themselves and how their sexuality fits into their lives. This is affecting them in a negative way."
Kidder may be on to something when you realize that most women only see other women's vulvas in glossy photos that have been shaved, primped and photoshopped into a whatever the industry (or censors) currently find acceptable. This is causing women than ever before to seek highly invasive labiaplasty procedures in an attempt to make their vulvas resemble what they have been forced to believe is normal. Men aren't unaffected by this phenomena either. Male porn actors are chosen for they're uncommonly well-endowed assets and are often shot from angles that make their assets seem significantly larger than what would be found in the general public. This is perhaps why the penis enlargement industry, while unsuccessfully enlarging penises, is successfully capitalizing on billions of dollars in revenues from men who feel they are coming up short with what nature gave them.
With the country battling over the debate between abstinence-only sex education and comprehensive sex ed, Kidder has given up the fight. He's grown tired of arguing, not only opposing the conservative stance but also curriculum disagreements with even his more liberal peers. "Like most everything else with the education system it is all about money." Explains Kidder with a look of disgust. "The abstinent-only programs and the institutions that deliver comprehensive sex education both want and need federal funding. Even the organizations that are payed for through corporate grants and philanthropy are careful not to produce sex education media that may offend someone. The only way to do this right is to remove financial incentive from the table and keep committee decision making far away from the finished content."
With his first comic of the series, "How to use a Tampon" finished and ready for download, it appears as though he has successfully escaped the minutia that has, in his opinion, "tampered with knowledge that will help our children grow into happy, healthy, and fulfilled adults."
You can download this and future releases of this comic series from http://www.sexisfun.net/teensite
Kidder Kaper is a sex educator and author. His book, Sex is Fun! Creative Ideas for Exciting Sex (published by Penguin) remains a best selling sex therapy book at Amazon.com and everywhere fine books are sold. His iTunes top-ranked podcast and well-visited blog can be found at SexisFun.net.
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