Dalychia Saah is a sexuality educator, writer, and speaker who facilitates space for people to connect more deeply with their desires for their body, relationships, life and the world. She is passionate about helping people unlearn oppressive norms that keep them from moving toward a more liberated way of being.
Saah is the co-founder of Afrosexology, a pleasure-based sex education platform that creates educational content and workshops to center the pleasure, empowerment, and liberation of Black people. Through Afrosexology, she has created space for people of color to reclaim their sexuality and body agency.
Saah teaches courses on social theory, social justice, and sexuality education. She is also a sought-after facilitator and keynote speaker for conferences and events related to social justice and/or sexuality. Her work and words have been featured in HuffPost, Teen Vogue, Allure Magazine, Vibe Magazine, Glamour Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Playboy Magazine, Broadly, and others. Saah has received the Phenomenal Woman Award, Spirit of Social Work Award, Reverend Robert Gilbert Advocacy Award, and the Academy for Leadership & Civic Engagement Leadership Award.
- Assistant Professor of Practice
- MSW, Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
- Office Phone: 314-935-8645
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas of Focus:
- Interpersonal & institutional liberation
- Internalized oppression
- Black liberation
- Sexual pleasure, health, & liberation
- Sexuality education