Want to learn more about your sexual health? Meow University is the one.

In 2015, among heterosexuals diagnosed, 15 to 24-year-olds accounted for 62% of those with chlamydia, 52% with gonorrhoea, 51% with genital warts, and 41% with genital herpes.

And in America entrepreneur Kat Leakes has created a university where you can learn all about it.

“The Meow University was started due to a lack of access to adult sex education. I just wanted to know where do you go as an adult if sexually.”

“I hosted a few ladies with a fellatio instructor for our first class, with lots of questions and great discussion and the rest is history.”

Meow University is based in Chicago, America, and has been a hit with adults coming to the University wanting to know more about their sexual health and relationships.

screen-shot-2017-01-05-at-21-50-26Here is an image of Kat performing one of her talks.

The classes are held in person and cost $15 to $45 per person, and vary from what different classes.

“The most popular class this year was Ride Him Cowgirl with Tyomi Morgan. We learned women on top techniques to make sex more pleasurable and less awkward.”

With sexual health rising in the UK and America, Kat believes: “There is far more damage caused to us socially by not discussing sex. Safe sex and consent are highly misunderstood.”

“People are confused by gender roles and orientations. Relationships die because the communication shuts down around intimacy and sex. There’s a lot of work to do.”

If you are needing sexual health help call, 0300 123 7123 or read more at https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/sexual-health#wsxAxVCpB3qQKVjY.99.


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