LGBT - Bundled Course

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This bundle includes comprehensive information about the transgender experience from childhood through to adulthood, including gender dysphoria, social transition, appearance alteration, hormone therapy and many options for sex-affirming surgery. Male Lovers focuses on the gay male experience, while Women Loving Women spotlights lesbian love, with information on coming out, finding partners, sexual positions, sex toys and much more. Whether you’re a sex educator who wants to teach workshops that include every orientation, someone looking to date a transgender person, or you just want to learn some playful new same-sex sexual positions, this bundle is the right choice. This bundle is eligible for 10 CE credits at AASECT.

This bundle includes the following courses:

Male Lovers Course

Women Loving Women Course

Transgender: Female to Male Course

Transgender: Male to Female Course

 This bundle is for you if:

  • You want to teach workshops to every orientation
  • You are looking for help & support on how to come out as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender
  • You want to expand your knowledge and are curious about LGBT community
  • You are pre-op, post-op or non-op transgender individual who wants comprehensive information or is looking for counseling
  • You want to use love-making techniques for same sex partners

Click the titles above to visit individual course pages and watch their video demos (this page features the Transgender Male to Female Course demo), or browse the information below for each course synopsis, learning objectives and CE credits.

Male Lovers Course

This course is eligible for 2 CE credits - AASECT CE provider number: 18-916-LU

This course covers gay male culture and sex including Alfred Kinsey’s scale, Klein’s sexual grid, coming out, finding a partner, developing relationships and step-by-step sex information including anal sex, toys, fellatio and much more.

This course follows SMART learning objectives (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Phased). By the end of this course, students will understand and be able to:

  1. Identify at least five (5) landmark events on the timeline of LGBT history.
  2. Identify the Kinsey Scale and summarize Alfred Kinsey’s theory of sexual orientation.
  3. Identify at least five (5) of Klein’s variables.
  4. Examine how to create sexual boundaries between gay male partners using the ‘Want, will, won’t’ chart.
  5. Identify the most common ways in which the HIV virus is transmitted and how gay male sex can present unique opportunities for the virus.
  6. Explain how to have healthy safer anal sex.
  7. Identify and describe at least three (3) gay male sex toys that enhance sexual pleasure.
  8. Name at least five (5) gay male sexual positions.
  9. Understand gay stereotypes and slang.
  10. Learn about famous gay men throughout modern times.

COURSE WORK FORMAT:

  1. Video: MALE LOVERS Narrated Multimedia Presentation Video (1hr 30m)
  1. Final Quiz – 25 questions (about 30 minutes)*

Women Loving Women Course

This course is eligible for 2 CE credits - AASECT CE provider number: 18-916-LU

This course encompasses the history of lesbian culture, societal struggles, and examines the acceptance of sexual orientation. It covers how to meet other women and date as a lesbian, erotic options, sexual benefits, STD risks, relationship boundaries and more.

This course follows SMART learning objectives (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Phased). By the end of this course, students will understand and be able to:

  1. Identify at least five (5) landmark events on the timeline of LGBT history.
  2. Identify the Kinsey Scale and summarize Alfred Kinsey’s theory of sexual orientation.
  3. Identify at least five (5) of Klein’s variables.
  4. Examine the history of lesbians from the poet Sappho to the 21st century and be able to list at least ten (10) important events along the timeline.
  5. Identify the most common misconceptions about lesbian sex by non-lesbians.
  6. Identify at least three (3) ways in which lesbians may be discriminated against by medical professionals.
  7. Name at least five (5) lesbian sexual positions.
  8. Explain how coming out as gay can be challenging and outline self-love exercises that may make it easier.
  9. Understand lesbian stereotypes and slang.
  10. Learn about famous lesbians throughout modern times.

COURSE WORK FORMAT:

  1. Video: WOMEN LOVING WOMEN Narrated Multimedia Presentation Video (1hr 10m)
  1. Final Quiz – 25 questions (about 30 minutes)*

Transgender: Female to Male Course

This course is eligible for 3 CE credits - AASECT CE provider number: 18-916-LU

This course, developed by Dr. Natalia Zhikhareva, a clinical psychologist specializing in transgender care, is a comprehensive overview of what it means to be a transgender man, how a person born physically as a woman can transition to a man’s gender assignment, and the testosterone hormone therapy and surgical reassignment procedures involved. The course also covers the psychological and social aspects of gender dysphoria and transition, as well as trans cross dressing, dating and packing. Information on varied sex tools from lubes to pumps and extenders are explored, with sexual techniques on oral and anal pleasure that enhance the trans male sexual experience.

This course follows SMART learning objectives (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Phased). By the end of this course, students will understand and be able to:

  1. Understand gender dysphoria and how it manifests over the stages of life.
  2. Identify at least three (3) etiological theories of etiology for transgender identity.
  3. Differentiate between gender identity, sexual orientation and biological sex.
  4. Name four (4) ways in which a trans man can engage in a ‘social transition’ to his true gender identity.
  5. Explain the negative effects on human beings that result from suppressing one’s true gender identity.
  6. Summarize how binding and packing work to change a trans man’s appearance.
  7. Identify at least five (5) ways testosterone therapy changes a trans man’s physical body and emotions.
  8. Be familiar with the requirements for transsexual top and bottom surgery as outlined by the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH).
  9. Distinguish between and describe the two types of ‘top’ surgery, which removes breast tissue.
  10. Develop a plan for trans clients to work through their body acceptance and become excited about dating and sex in their new identity.
  11. Identify at least three (3) effects of surgery on sexual response.
  12. Identify at least three (3) effects of transition on sexuality.
  13. Explain the procedures of Metoidioplasy, Phalloplasty, Scrotoplasty and Urethroplasty.
  14. Understand the benefits and challenges of the trans man’s experience post-operation.
  15. Learn about disclosure and how that relates to the trans man’s dating experience.

COURSE WORK FORMAT:

  1. Video: TRANGENDER FEMALE TO MALE Narrated Multimedia Presentation Video (50m)
  1. Reading: X‐Biz Article: Understanding How The Transgender Community Has Been Transformed
  1. Final Quiz – 25 questions (about 30 minutes)*

Transgender: Male to Female Course

This course is eligible for 3 CE credits - AASECT CE provider number: 18-916-LU

This course is developed by Dr. Natalia Zhikhareva, a clinical psychologist specializing in transgender care. It offers a comprehensive overview of the transgender woman’s experience, and how a person born physically as a man can transition to a woman’s gender assignment through feminizing hormone therapy, breast augmentation, hair removal, tracheal shaves, and surgical reassignment procedures. The course covers the psychological and social aspects of gender dysphoria and transition, as well as trans female sexuality, sexual partners, dating and sex tools that include sensual massage, oral pleasure and sex toys to help become comfortable as one’s true female self.

This course follows SMART learning objectives (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Phased). By the end of this course, students will understand and be able to:

  1. Understand gender dysphoria and how it manifests over the stages of life.
  2. Identify at least three (3) etiological theories of etiology for transgender identity.
  3. Differentiate between gender identity, sexual orientation and biological sex.
  4. Name four (4) ways in which a trans woman can engage in a ‘social transition’ to her true gender identity.
  5. Explain the negative effects on human beings that result from suppressing one’s true gender identity.
  6. Summarize how tucking and stuffing work to change a trans woman’s appearance.
  7. Identify at least five (5) ways estrogen, antiandrogen and progesterone therapy changes a trans woman’s physical body and emotions.
  8. Be familiar with the requirements for transsexual top and bottom surgery as outlined by the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH).
  9. Be familiar with how the prostate gland can be used to create a G-spot during a trans woman’s surgery.
  10. Develop a plan for trans clients to work through their body acceptance and become excited about dating and sex in their new identity.
  11. Identify at least three (3) effects of surgery on sexual response.
  12. Identify at least three (3) effects of transition on sexuality.
  13. Explain the procedures of Orchiectomy, Penectomy and Vaginoplasty surgery.
  14. Understand the benefits and challenges of the trans woman’s experience post-operation.
  15. Learn about Facial Feminization surgery and a Tracheal Shave.

COURSE WORK FORMAT:

  1. Video: Narrated Multimedia Presentation Video (46m)

Ask The Expert – Dr. Connie Rogers on Understanding Transgender Issues (35 minutes)

  1. Final Quiz – 25 questions (about 30 minutes)*

*If you are enrolled in our Certified Love Coach Program, Certified Master Sexpert Program or Certified Relationship Coach Program, you will be required to take an exam of 100, 50 or 30 questions respectively with a combination of multiple choice, true false and essay questions. A passing grade is 80%.

Students will be able to apply the knowledge and skills learned in this course for their own practice as relationship coaches, love coaches, wellness coaches, intimacy coaches, and other professional specialties such as educators, sexologists, counselors or therapists.

 

This bundle meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 10 CE credits. These CE credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification. Please note that AASECT applies these credits on an individual basis, and LU cannot guarantee AASECT membership based on the completion of any LU course or program. Visit AASECT for more details: https://www.aasect.org/

 

This course is eligible for credit at the American College of Sexologists towards the 300 hours required for membership. Please note professional life experiences are also eligible for academic credit as determined by the discretion of the ACS International board, including researchers, documentary filmmakers, authors, adult toy retailers or other entrepreneurs in the field of sexual health and pleasure.  Visit ACS for more details: http://www.americancollegeofsexologists.org/

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