"It is rare to be able to find a space where people can ask questions about these topics and speak openly. I'm very grateful for the opportunity Lucky provided for us to ask difficult questions and explore new topics."
"The anatomy/physiology portion was so refreshingly inclusive. I attended a similar class days later at a midwifery retreat and was struck by the contrast. The information on pleasure initiated several beautiful conversations both among colleagues and with my family that have deepened our relationships on a soul level. And the discussion on the role of prostaglandins after birth has sent me down some amazing research rabbit holes."
"Very intense and really important conversations to have."
"I came into this class thinking I would know all that was covered but actually felt I learned quite a bit of new information even after having attended human sexuality courses in college."
"I loved the space you created and how loving you were with your feedback. An excellent model of inclusivity."
"The series was accessible financially, which I very much appreciated. Thank you!"
"I knew very little about this topic, and am not sure where else I would received the info other than B.I.T.S."
"The session on consent and childbirth stimulated some of the most important conversations in our practice. I've long advocated for increased informed consent before any touch or procedure and this really drove the idea home for my colleagues and students."
"Well researched and very informative."
"The content was top notch. I've taken similar courses in some of the subjects and this course was easily the best, most comprehensive (even when information was presented in a shorter time frame), most inclusive, and mindfully presented."
"As a birth worker and CPM student the info was relevant and helpful to me, and, perhaps even more importantly, I believe it will be useful to families I work with. In the short period since attending the training, I have found myself more aware and sensitive to issues pertaining to sexual health and function as discussed in BITS. This has begun to translate into more space and attention to these topics in my work with families."