They can’t find the clit without a roadmap – Alexa

“Deaf U” star Alexa Paulay-Simmons gets candid about who she is (and always has been) as a sexual person, and how that’s shaped her life—both on the inside through her choices and experiences, and on the outside with the tight-knit Deaf community and the show’s global audience.

He was a god and I was a kid – Debbie

Debbie was formed by experiences of both pleasure and pain. She was blessed with good early relationships, but also is a survivor of the epidemic of sexual abuse in elite women’s sport. Her faith in herself helped her choose to heal.

I tried to pee standing up – Lachlan

Lachlan was born with a vagina. His is the story of how a boy learned to be a girl, then learned to be invisible, then a lesbian, before learning that he could just be who he was all along, except that it’s still … complicated.

I don’t equate sex and love – Gretchen

Gretchen had limited sexual experience prior to age 40 because she believed she was ugly and broken. Finally the pain of isolation led her to seek sexual healing with a tantric practitioner.