The Modern Guide to Sex
The sex-ed you wish you had in school
Video Course 15 topics 120 min
1. Getting Started
How Georgia became a sex coach, defining sexual wellness for you and what you'll learn in this course.
2. Finding Your Pleasure Spot
All of the pleasure anatomy you missed in school - from the g-spot (which isn't actually a spot) to the clitoris, to the prostate and the A-spot, this will help you cover your bases. Plus, how to start exploring and mapping your body's pleasure zones, and why you should spend time looking at your genitals.
3. Foreplay and Arousal Techniques
We're all thinking about foreplay wrong - and the science of arousal is a lot more complicated than we realise. Georgia Grace explains how arousal is created, how to incorporate outercourse into sex, and what to do if you're not feeling aroused in the way that you want to be.
4. Having Better Orgasms
For some, orgasms are simple, while for others, they can be elusive - but there's a lot more to the topic than you might think. In this chapter, Georgia discusses what happens to the body during orgasm, how to experience the many different types of orgasm, how multiple orgasms work, faking orgasms and how an orgasm-centric mentality might actually make pleasure harder.
5. Having Great Vaginal Sex
We see a lot of (misleading) P-in-V sex in porn and pop culture, but there's so much more to great penetrative sex (and it doesn't just involve penises)! We explore just how to target the g-spot (hint: it's not a spot), squirting, the A-spot, and learn pleasure-enhancing positions and techniques for partnered sex. This chapter will help you take it to the next level.
6. Anal Sex
Georgia explains why anal sex is about so much more than what we see in porn (like hard and fast penetration), discusses hygiene and pre-sex preparation, how to use toys for training and pleasure, external anal techniques, and penetrative anal techniques.
7. Oral Sex
Georgia explains how to feel confident around topics like hair and hygiene, as well as building arousal using the whole body, techniques to try for people with vulvas, techniques for people with penises, and how to incorporate toys for even better oral experiences.
8. V-on-V Sex
Georgia busts some myths about V-on-V sex (hint: it's not all about scissoring), recommends techniques to try, and explores how to incorporate role tools like sex toys and strapons.
Georgia Grace is a certified Australian sex coach, working with individuals, couples, and groups in supporting people to have the fulfilling sex lives they want. Georgia's training combines somatics (awareness of the body) with sexology (the scientific study of sexuality) to help her clients overcome blockages, form deep connections and experience more pleasure.
Georgia also uses her popular Instagram account @gspot._ to share sex-positive education with a wide audience, and appears regularly in the media, from writing a column for GQ to chatting about sexual wellness on The Bachelor, Triple J's The Hook Up and many more besides.
Is this course for everyone (regardless of sex, gender, sexuality or relationship status)?
Yes. This course is designed to provide sex coaching relevant to people of all body types, sexualities and gender identities. Framed around teaching universal lessons about sex and relationships, as well as anatomy-specific practical techniques, it is meant to be grownup pleasure education for all.
What do I get with the course?
You receive access to all of the videos in this course through your discreet personal login, as well as a downloadable workbook with exercises, diagrams and health information to answer all of your big questions about sex.
Is this a subscription or a one-off purchase?
This is a one-off purchase. By buying the course, you're entitled to lifetime access to this content, with no additional payments.
How do I obtain free access as a student?
NORMAL believes our sex education is failing young people (and we get how it feels to be learning but not earning so much while you study!). That's why we're offering anyone over 18 who is currently enrolled in higher education (TAFE or university) the opportunity to access this course at no cost. Grab your student ID, take a picture and fill in this form using your student email - our lovely customer service team will send you a personalised discount to access the course.
How do I access the course?
Once you purchase the course, you'll receive a confirmation email from NORMAL via Thinkific. This will contain a link which lets you create your password, log in and start exploring the course.
How will this show up on my bank statement / credit card bill?
All purchases with NORMAL are billed discreetly as 'Normal Technologies'.
How explicit is this course? Is it safe for work or the bus?
Georgia uses diagrams and hand gestures to explain anatomy and techniques, but there is no live nudity or real sex depicted. We recommend watching in a comfortable, relaxed space that feels safe for you.
Does the course cover topics like sexual health and consent too?
Yes. We think addressing issues like consent and sexual health is essential to covering the foundations of healthy sexuality. The course contains standalone eBook chapters on looking after your sexual health and pain during sex, a glossary of important terms related to sexuality, and a large range of resources covering situations related to consent.
What if I have more questions?
Send our lovely team a message at email@example.com and we'll get you up to speed.
What's the refund policy?
While there are no refunds for The Modern Guide to Sex, this course is designed to be accessibly priced and deliver an amazing amount of content - and we encourage users to take a look at the sample episode if deciding whether to buy it. For our toys, we offer a full refund through our 100 Night Stand policy, and for our sex essentials (like lubricants and cleaning spray) we offer a one-time full refund.
Oh no! I've lost my login details.
Go to https://itsnormal.thinkific.com/ and select 'Sign In' on the top right. If you've also lost your password, select Forgot Password. Enter your email address used to create the account, click Submit and check your email inbox for a password reset email. If you have any further issues, reach out to our team via firstname.lastname@example.org and they'll sort it out for you!