Raw Forms : Sexualized Bodies

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Nowadays, sexual education primarily uses schematic and limited imagery to depict the sexual body. This void - created by a deficient sexual education - harms the construction of a healthy sexual identity by restricting body representations to those conveyed by pornography.

This image bank includes more than 300 non-pornographic, uncensored, high definition pictures of sexual bodies. It promotes an appropriate and complete sexual education. It is meant to be an educative tool promoting an inclusive representation of body diversity. 

Les 3 sex* wants to thank the 23 participants who had the courage to strip for the cause, as well as the entire team who worked tirelessly on this project. 

Although the image bank's worth is an estimated $5000 CAD (basic license), Les 3 sex* offers you the complete image bank for:

  • $150 CAD per year for private practice counsellors (click here to buy);
  • $90 CAD per year for private practice counsellors subscribed to Les 3 sex* (click here to buy). 

Please note that you will be required to send a qualitifcation proof (e.g. practice license) to complete your application. 

Subscribe now !
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The image bank is free for non-profit organizations and agents aiming to use the photos in a non-commercial way. To access the images, you will have to complete a form explaning in which way you plan to use it.

Private companies and non-profit organizations looking to use the photos in a commercial have to buy the proper rights to use the image bank. This money will be used on future projects of Les 3 sex*.

Ask for a free license now !
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In the Media

✧ (15 aug. 2018) Daybreak Montréal, CBC radio (*Entrevue sur la censure de la nudité sur Facebook)
✧ (20 nov. 2017) « Débat sur la nudité dans les vestiaires », Médium Large, Radio-Canada Première. [➦]
✧ (13 oct. 2017) Gauvreau, Claude « Bousculer les préjugés », Actualités UQAM.[➦]
✧ (2 oct. 2017) Paré, Isabelle « Une banque d’images créée pour déboulonner les idées préconçues sur les sexes », Le Devoir.[➦]