"This is a sex-positive gulp of fresh air." - Publishers Weekly
Erika and Matthew are here to talk about bodies and sexual health!
Have you ever wanted to learn exactly how pregnancy works? How about what to expect at your next doctor’s visit? Or even just really understanding what’s “down there”? Erika and Matthew are ready to help out with their second book in the Drawn to Sex series.
Utilizing their many years of experience and the input of some amazing guest experts, they’ve jam-packed this book with funny, sex-positive, inclusive, judgment-free comics all about your body and its sexual health. They explore the details of reproductive health, from STIs to anatomy, abortion to pregnancy, and as many other topics they could fit in!
Pick up this fun book if you’re looking to improve upon your initial sex education, or need a book to help someone new along. This is a great introduction to your body and health, and an approachable resource to learn more about yourself!
Erika Moen is a veteran of nearly 20 years in the comics industry. She is best known for her autobiographical story DAR! A Super Girly Top Secret Comic Diary and the sex toy review/sex education series Oh Joy Sex Toy. Her work focuses on sex, sexuality, identity, and fart jokes. She lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and creative partner Matthew Nolan.
Matthew Nolan is wise beyond his years. He's been helping make sex education comics for the past five years and still looks great doing it. He lives in Portland with his wife Erika Moen, and cat Flapjack, who doesn't contribute to the comics at all, despite living off of the proceeds. Lazy, if you ask me. Matt's almost entirely grey, despite only being in his 30s!
"This is a sex-positive gulp of fresh air."
— Publishers Weekly
"A great and hilarious resource – some of the best sex ed out there!"
— Dan Savage, Savage Love
"It is written and drawn with such gosh-darn sweet enthusiasm by Erika Moen (with the occasional guest-shot from husband Matthew, who provides a dude’s perspective) that even if your tastes are tamer than Moen’s, I think you’ll find it a perfectly wonderful read."
— Cory Doctorow, author of NYT bestselling Little Brother