It's like a Google search but with real-time, personalized and accurate answers. "Ask a Sexpert" has volunteer experts and Planned Parenthood educators based in Knoxville field one-on-one chats about everything from virginity to orgasms.The project, set to hit the app store in November, launched as a beta website this week."Changing public policy in states like Tennessee is an extremely long-term solution to our sex education crisis," Rader told : The aim of Hookup is not only to reach young people with sex ed more easily but also to provide content that's edgier and more authentic than your typical condom-on-a-banana seminar. The "Share Your Story" feature allows users to post anonymous stories, from the funny to the embarrassing to the sad.
“The timing was never right, and it would have been difficult to develop something like this from Knoxville.Interest in interpersonal sexuality naturally ebbs and flows.Sex affects our emotional state, no matter how experienced we are sexually, from encounters that leave us feeling exuberant, contented, or excited, to those that leave us confused, scared, depressed, or angry.Mentally categorizing an encounter as a hookup or casual does not mean we won’t have to deal with feelings about it.The bottom line is that we need to be aware of our sexual feelings and treat them with respect, doing only what we feel is right.