Saiya Miller and Liza Bley on their illustrated sex-ed narratives

Not Your Mother's Meatloaf: A Sex Ed ComicBY Huffington Post Gay Voices

Since 2008, Saiya Miller and Liza Bley have held an open call for young people to create comics that address a variety of issues involved with sex education. Their work attempts to challenge hetero and gender normative practices, and addresses topics like body image, safer sex, consent and relationships from positions that have historically been left out of sex education.

Their new book, Not Your Mother’s Meatloaf is a collection of illustrated personal narratives addressing themes like “Firsts,” “Bodies,” “Health,” “Age” and “Endings.” You can learn more about the book here.

Miller and Bley discuss their work at Huffington Post Gay Voices

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