I’m In Charge of My Own Body

The Tedx Talk

The Cliff Notes

If you don’t have the 12 minutes to get through the video or the 45 minutes to get through the book, how about 77 seconds?

The Book

As I was writing my Ted talk I realized there was so much more I wanted and needed to say. So I did.  It is 33 pages. You can read it in one sitting. I am really proud of it. You can buy a copy on Amazon here.

For a limited time you can order a signed copy directly from me!

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The T-shirt

I sold these once, and I love mine! Men’s and women’s styles are available, because this message is for everyone! Sales are staying open for the next three weeks! Buy them here.


Kids T-Shirt

Kids need to know that they too are in charge of their own bodies. Let them wear it loud and proud! Order here

6 thoughts on “I’m In Charge of My Own Body

  1. What a brilliant book. Thank you so much. It’s really helped crystallise some of the issues I’ve been contemplating as a parent, helped me understand why I am uncomfortable about certain ‘normal’ things that people say/do/expect, and helped me have clear ideas about how I can do things differently. It will also help me discuss these issues with my husband as we learn together how to be parents. Thank you. My child, for one, will benefit from you taking the time and making the effort to write this important book. I’ve shared it on my facebook and I hope lots of other people read it. Bless you!

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  4. powerful Ted talk! I found you in searching for a new blog community..I write on everyday faith and also I’m a documentary filmmaker–I’ve produced films on healing from childhood sexual abuse, my most recent film about male childhood sexual abuse. (www.bigvoicepictures.com) ..so glad I found you..my faith blog is at http://www.holyvacationqueen.com I’ll look forward to visiting you blog..

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