| Kait Scalisi, MPH, Sexual & Reproductive Health Educator
Kait Scalisi, MPH is a sex educator, writer, and coach. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Neuroscience from Stonehill College and a Master’s of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University.
Kait has over six years of experience facilitating workshops, trainings, and consultations at institutions including Yale School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins Medical Institute, Emory University, the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and Northeastern University. She also has been featured in publications ranging from US News & World Report to Cosmopolitan, Redbook, and Men's Health.
Kait is the staff writer for Sexual Health Rankings, a research and advocacy project measuring Americans’ sexual health. She also coaches individuals through, where she teaches women in relationships how to have the intimate, adventurous, and satisfying sex life they desire.
When she’s not reading, writing, or teaching about sex and pleasure, you can find her having epic dance parties in her living room or wandering the city streets with a latte in hand.
For more information about Kait, learn more about her sex & relationship coaching, and discover how to have better sex and a stronger relationship, please visit her website, Passion by Kait.
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"Am I normal??"
YES! Kait's motto is "everyone deserves to have a healthy sex life and pleasure!" That means that if you are not hurting yourself or anyone else, then you should be able to enjoy sex and your sexuality without shame, blame or guilt.