For nearly 20 years, Heather Corinna has been widely recognized as a pioneer and leader in the field of sexuality information, education and support for young people. Previously a Montessori and unschooling early childhood educator, Heather founded and directs the international organization Scarleteen (http: //www.scarleteen.com), one of the first sources of comprehensive sexuality and relationships education online, an organization and resource that stands alone in its tenure, approach, reach, inclusivity and scope. Heather has also been a sexuality, contraception and abortion educator and counselor for the Cedar River Clinics/Feminist Women's Health Center.
Isabella Rotman is a cartoonist and illustrator from Maine, living and drawing in Chicago. Her art is usually about the ocean, mermaids, crushing loneliness, people in the woods, or sex. Isabella is the author of two sexual health comics: You're so Sexy When You Aren't Transmitting STIs, and Not On My Watch; The Bystanders' Handbook for the Prevention of Sexual Violence. Both are distributed at a number of college, universities, and organizations. Isabella has been Artist in Residence at Scarleteen since 2013. Isabella was nominated for the Ignatz Award for Outstanding New Talent in 2017.
"Wait, What? is straightforward and clear, exactly what's
needed to help kids develop authentic awareness and conversation
about bodies, relationships, feelings and sexuality." --Peggy
Orenstein, Girls & Sex: Navigating the Complicated New
"This dream team of creators came up with a book that is not only accessible but totally enjoyable to read! I'm so excited to see Wait, What? in every library, school and doctor's office in 2019!" --Archie Bongiovanni, A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns
"Wait, What? is a wonderful guide to topics adolescents are curious about, presenting information in relatable, gender-inclusive text and clever illustrations. This is the book adolescents--and their parents--have been looking for."--Melanie Davis, PhD, CSE, Our Whole Lives Program Associate