‘Is there any chance of you not repeating this in public?’
‘No, Leo. This whole fuss about our sexuality is one of the major things that screws with us. We have to dig in bluntly to unearth everything we humans have made weird.’

book 2/1, travelling, San Francisco

We need to talk about sex

Welcome to the sex talk website by and for the easy town projects (to be).

There are many ideas in the pipeline for this website. Some have made it online already, but generally speaking, this website is at its very beginnings.

If you haven’t heard about the easy town projects or about the easy town books, you can read this >

Discussions about sex

This website is taking its first steps, but the easy town stories have quite a bit to offer already, and the following publications are collections of sex-related dialogues and scenes from book 1, beginning and book 2, travelling by Charlie Alice Raya.

sex talk, volume 1, limping, by Charlie Alice Raya, book cover
sex talk, volume 2, sexuality mess, by Charlie Alice Raya, book cover

Take a peek

If you are unsure what to make of the sex talk collections, you can download the free sex talk pdf with a preview, a special short story, quotes from the sex talk, and a collection of graphics which sort of happened in the process of compiling this collection.


sex talk, preview and graphics, by Charlie Alice Raya, book cover

easy town story specials

The sex talk originated in the easy town story by Charlie Alice Raya.

The story specials grant a peek into the story.

If you want to know more about the books, visit the easy town books website.

book cover for friends


A short story from book 2/1, travelling

An outcry for dignity and freedom

A scene from book 1, beginning, by Charlie Alice Raya

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Support the projects

The easy town ideas website offers an overview of all the business ideas and projects which can turn the world upside down if enough people dare shape the future. As far as protests go, this is my favourite: create something that defies stupidity and empowers people around the world.

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sex talk overview page, image by Charlie Alice Raya

Graphics special

The Charlie Alice Raya photography website offers a peek at how the graphics for we need to talk about sex came about.

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towns specials

The towns specials introduce ideas for thriving towns and connect those ideas to thoughts about the human sexuality.

Why towns? Well, the easy town story is about the creation of a special town, and by now there are a lot more town ideas around. Many of the are introduces on the project’s website: towns and cities international.

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The Full Monty, a town with a focus on the human body

towns special

The full Monty

This town idea is all about the body and offers plenty of overlaps with the talks about sex.

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towns special


dot.city is all about fabrics, outfits, fashion shows and a lot more. And, of course, how we dress is in many ways determined by our sexuality.

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towns special


Hapamahachi = Happy parents make for happy children

This town is a refuge for unhappy parents and their children, and unfortunately the human sexuality tends to play a part in such times.

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universe specials

This is a fictional collection of stories and comments from the planets of the universe who are increasingly worried about the future of planet Earth and therefore wish to share some of their insights.

This collection is best consumed with a smile, despite the probable validity of the statements.



A testimonial from our planet

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Views on sexuality

and related topics, comments & insights

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The families house

How we found a way to make same-sex parenthood work for children

Read on >


light dance story by Charlie Alice Raya

Images for the imagination

It is quite interesting how many sensual images can be found in nature and in motion, even without looking for them.

This photo special is a collection of images for the sizzling imagination.

Take a look >

Get in touch

You can use this form for your questions, comments or contributions, or write directly to contact@we-need-to-talk-about-sex.org

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