To learn more about Caitlin’s work, please visit her educator website at caitlinkroberts.com

Caitlin K. Roberts is a Certified Holistic Sex EducatorCertified Somatic Sex Educator and Intern Surrogate Partner. She is based in Victoria, BC and occassionally works in Toronto, ON.

Caitlin works individually with clients to somatically coach them into deepening their pleasure, enhancing or accessing arousal, and expanding bodily awareness. Somatic Sex Education brings in practices on effective communication skills, the research on the connection of physiology and the mind, boundary building, and enthusiastic and consensual one-way touch.

She is well-known for her Body Pride workshops, which began in 2011, and her work in developing the feminist alt-porn company, Spit. She has recently launched The Apollo Project: Sensual Journey’s for Men, with colleagues Cosmo Meens and Mehdi Darvish Yahya. She is a co-founder of the Happy Touch App: Connecting Clients to Sexuality Practitioners. Her work is queer, anti-oppressive, and trauma-informed.

Caitlin specializes in Mindful Masturbation and Porn Literacy for youth and adults.

Caitlin is available for coaching, speaking, teaching and media appearances. Please contact her at caitlinkroberts@gmail.com

9 thoughts on “ABOUT

  1. Hello,

    My name is Jack.

    I’m the author of a popular guide called “Jack’s Blowjob Lessons” ( you can Google it ), I ran into your blog and I believe that your readers might find my guide valuable.

    Please tell me if it is possible to write a guest article on your blog and/or do you write book reviews? If yes, I can send you a copy.

    Thanks in advance,

  2. Hi Caitlin,
    You have a really interesting web, it is a lot that ca we (men) learn about the women, …. It will be great if you have a open workshop where men and women can make questions to the opposite sex to understand better each other when we have sex… It is too many myths that we don ask or we assume, but if we are open to ask ans receive a feed back we will do better.
    As a new topic I would like to propose the prostate massage it is somethig that we (men) are afraid o not talk because we don’t want to be call gays…. It is ridiculous but I don’t know the true about it and I will like to know more about it…..

  3. Hey Caitlin 🙂

    So yea, I was just referred to this site by a pervy friend of mine, but after reading through some of the pages and blogs , I don’t know , coming out one Of the parties of workshops seriously interests me. My conundrum isn’t over where or why should I go, both of those answers I can fInd on the site itself, it is however over whether or not I’d be allowed, im a little chubby , tall east Indian , twenty one year old man. I have an alright sense of humour and an uncanny ability to forget punch lines of most jokesandhorribly butcher them but I try!! Hahaha anyhow, just wondering , I’ve never really been able talk openly about sex with any of my friends, it always makes me uncomfortable, why ? I do not know , but I believe it stems from my sense of being inadequate ( you can tell what I’m talking about) . I’m rambling and to a seemingly awesome stranger , so I beg your pardon , and humbly ask for a reply if it so pleases yOu to do so 🙂

    Thank you
    G&SD : D

  4. Hey super cool website. We should all be going at it a whole lot more, with each other and ourselves, safely and with consent of course. This makes me miss Europe.

  5. Hi Caitlin.

    I went on a date tonight and the girl I was with told me about a post you wrote about me a couple years ago. I was amused and I think it even made the date better than it would’ve been otherwise.

    5am, bus stop at Yonge and College, summer of 2011 for reference.

    I’ve since moved to New York and become approximately 3x sluttier.

    Wanna chat and reminisce?

    Nice pics.

  6. Hi Caitlin,
    This is a brilliant website! I applaud what you are doing for our future women to help them come to terms with their bodies and sexuality. I run the official Nudism group on Facebook as well as working on a band to promote nudism to the Generation X, Y, Z and Millenial audiences called Laissez-Fayre. Feel free to check us out if you can.

  7. Hi Caitlin,

    I was wondering if you ever do paid consulting work for business in the sex industry, I’m looking to do some marketing for my business and would love to speak with you about some promotional projects.

    Hope to hear from you,

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