Sexuality and Reproductive Health School (SRHS)

SRHS was initially a discussion group called Sexuality and Reproductive Health School (SRHS) founded by Inna Hudaya and Talcon, an American woman which was later widened into the SSKR. At the beginning SRHS was scheduled every Saturday with the general public as participants and they were being creative with their workshop through unique demonstration. SRHS was unique for their focal point on basic issues:  They opted for body autonomy enhancements. Body autonomy enhancements encourage every participant to choose their own methods of body care especially when it comes to their sexual and reproductive health.  It also provides a better understanding of a lot of people about their bodies and information on options that are not covered well in the mainstream media.