About Kaitlyn Scalisi


Kait Scalisi is a sexual health educator, coach, speaker, and consultant. She earned her Bachelor's of Science in Neuroscience from Stonehill College in 2006 and her Master's in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University in May 2013. During her time at Hopkins, she has organized a number of events related to sexuality, taught sex education to victims of sex trafficking, and was a featured presenter at the first annual Panhellenic Wellness Day. She currently is a consultant for the Hopkins Sexual Assault Advisory Board and a workshop presenter at Roundbelly Wellness Center in Alexandria, VA. In 2012, Kait interned with the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health (CSPH) where her work focused primarily at the intersection of sexuality and disease. Her writing is featured on Get Lusty for Couples, CSPH, and The Pink Paper. She also wrote content for a number of pamphlets available for purchase through the CSPH. In 2013, Get Lusty for Couples named the Passion by Kait Facebook page a Top 38 Must 'Like' Sexpert Facebook Page. Kait is known in the industry for her energy, her smile, and, yes, her passion for all that she does. Kait empowers her clients to live more pleasurable lives through a combination of evidence-based and metaphysical practices. Kait currently lives in Baltimore, MD.

Posts by Kaitlyn Scalisi :

Butt Sex Basics

Anal sex hurts.

Everyone’s doing it.

It’s no big deal.

It means you’re gay.

As anal sex becomes more mainstream, myths about it grow. Whether you’re interested in exploring the back door for the first time, want to go deeper, …

#askKait: Is what I want normal?

Anonymous asks:

Is what I want (sexually) normal?


Nearly every question I’ve been asked in my near decade as a sex educator comes back to this core fear: am I normal?

My answer, 99% of the time? Yes.

It’s …

Are all women bi?

Every few years, “new” research about women’s sexuality splashes across headlines. “All women are bi!” it proclaims, giving a half-assed summary of the research that goes something like this:

Researchers hooked people’s bits up to a machine that measures physical …