Firstly, it was a professionally excellent teaching & learning experience with a reflective group. What I was also blown away by was the generosity of spirit & knowledge that UC brought to her teaching. I was moved & profoundly grateful to learn from her about the history of & current status of systemic & institutionalized racism in the US. And also to cast my thoughts wider to revisit the impact of colonialism around the world. The decades of consequences, injustice & inequity.
Sex Ed for Grown Folk
YouSeeLogic is an online platform that focuses on improving the sexual intelligence of ALL adults through innovative content and honest discussion that is free of judgment.
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Youseelogic was founded and designed around the values of inclusion, equity, fairness, diversity, and accountability. We are committed to the consistent cultivation of an environment where our community members, colleagues, and vendors can fully THRIVE while acknowledging, centering, and celebrating their full humanities. We will continue to grow and evolve through regular equity audits of our business practice, educational content, partnerships, as well as through community feedback. Welcome to Youseelogic. We are so glad you are here.
A program for PT, OT, MD/DO, NP, RN, PA, and other licensed medical providers that have experience working with patients with genital/pelvic/sexual health and are looking for advanced, inclusive, clinical skill development in sexual health.
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Pelvic Health Sexuality Counseling Certificate Program | Regardless of what medical profession you’re in, if you work with clients in pelvic or sexual health and you want to create an intersectional foundation of clinical knowledge along with a kick-ass community of like-minded people, this program is for you.
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Dr. UC offers virtual education, counseling and coaching sessions which are available to individuals, couples and groups. Schedule a session with Dr. UC! Topics and services include but are not limited to: sexuality counseling and coaching, anti-racism training, curriculum planning and development for clinical, management, and administrative staff in diversity and inclusion, sex, sexuality, sexual health, intersectionality and more.
“Dr. Ossai is awesome! She is thorough, kind, professional, and communicative. She also has such an energetic and positive vibe that I thoroughly appreciate. Dr. Ossai addresses my issues with careful consideration and is fantastic at dispelling the mysteries of sexual health. She also holds you accountable for homework without scolding. I leave each session feeling empowered to continue the work. I’ve experienced significant improvement psychologically and physically and gained sexual confidence I didn’t know was possible since beginning counseling services. I cannot recommend UC at You See Logic highly enough.”
I love Bourbon. I also am a fan of keeping it real when it comes to all things related to “sexytimes”. Bourbon Talez is the product of my love of sexual empowerment and intelligence.
This is your opportunity to ask me questions regarding ANYTHING related to sexytimes (Don’t trip. This is confidential), and I will give you my input or advice while sipping on my bourbon bev.
“I’m a 25-year-old Korean American ciswomen and I’ve been with my partner for 2 years. Since George Floyd’s death, I’ve done a lot of internal work to figure out how I’ve participated in systemic racism and I feel that I’ve grown a lot in my own racial identity and as a community member. My partner recently asked me to participate in his fantasy where he is dominating me and I play the role of the submissive, Asian princess. 😳 I feel some type of way about it. Am I being overly sensitive or was that just racist?”
“I’m a 30-year-old non-binary vulva owner and I’ve been noticing that I’ve been fantasizing A LOT more about having sex with other people during my sexytime encounter with my partner. 😳 It’s not every time, but it’s enough to have me a bit worried. Is this common? If so, when does fantasizing become problematic?”
“I’m a 31-year-old cis-female and I’ve been with my partner who’s a non-binary vagina owner for 3 years. We have a great sex life, but are noticing vaginal penetration is just not as pleasurable as outercourse and would like to explore that more. Any advice on how to make vaginal penetration more pleasurable?”
“I’m a 40-year-old year old woman and vagina owner and I’ve had 3 kids within 4 years and my youngest is 3 years old. My husband works full-time and a half and I stay at home and love it. However I cannot feel penetrative intercourse with my partner. Like, at all. Why is this happening and what toys do you recommend?”
“I’m a 28-year-old man and I’m dating a new guy who had a spinal cord injury and uses a wheelchair to get around. I’m ready to take the next step with sex, but I don’t know how to bring the subject up. I have questions, but I don’t want to insult him or put all the burden on educating me on him. Any advice?”
“My boyfriend wants me to perform anal play on him and I’ve never really thought about it, this I’m not super comfortable. I told him ‘no’ for now, and he ended up calling me “uptight”. How do I figure out if it’s something I want to do? And how do I let him down if I decide it’s not for me… without sounding ‘rigid’”.
“I’m a 38-year-old woman and I’ve been married to my wife for 7 years. I’m scheduled to have a hysterectomy in 3.5 months and I’m freaked out on what it will do to my sex life! we already have been struggling with sexual issues over the past 1.5 years. Any advice on how to prevent more issues after surgery?”
“I’m a 35 year-old black woman and I work in a corporate all-white environment with a lot of Amy Coopers who literally and figuratively cry “wolf” during interactions with me and I hold my tongue a lot so every few months I might get upset but then I look “crazy” like I’m an angry Black person.. and I’m really not. I know my job and I want to grow in this company but I am not sure how to negotiate this Amy Cooper situation. Any advice?”
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