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We support schools, parents and workplaces with training and resources to help them foster a culture of consent and LGBTIQA+ inclusion. 

 Let's Talk About X was founded by two experienced teachers. We're passionate about teaching practical strategies to create a safer, more inclusive society. Our training takes an intersectional approach and is designed in consultation with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences.

consent educator

Eleonora Bertsa-Fuchs
BPsychSc, MTeach(Secondary), GradCertSexol

Public Speaker, Sexuality Educator and Sexologist

For as far back as she can remember, Eleonora has had a keen interest in sexuality, consent and gender diversity.


Her work helping to develop the sex education program in a government high school led to an unofficial role giving advice and support to fellow teachers wanting to better cater to students.


Through her work in the classroom, Eleonora noticed a growing body of students demanding better consent education.


This, combined with the alarming prevalence of non-consensual behaviours within both schools and broader society, inspired Eleonora to develop consent education programs for teachers and workplaces to fill the gaps in understanding across generations.


They identify as queer and agender, love being outdoors and know a lot of random animal facts.

consent educator

Mel Brush
BA, MTeach(Secondary)

Public Speaker, Sexuality Educator & LGBT+ Inclusion Advocate

Mel taught for 6 years in the government sector. Their experience coming out as both Queer and Non-Binary, as well as working closely with students as a leader of the school’s Pride Club, has helped shape their understanding of the needs of LGBTIQA+ students and staff and the difficulties they face in schools. 

Having personally experienced discomfort in the workplace and when engaging with fitness and healthcare providers, they were driven to create change and help spaces become more inclusive.

They’re passionate about hiking, long bike rides and breaking down the barriers trans and gender diverse people face.

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