What is SOGIE and why is it important for parents to understand when it comes to our kids? It’s an acronym that we’re exploring in this episode with Victoria Ogunleye.

We cover:

  • [1:50] What Amaze.org is
  • [4:00] What SOGI stands for
  • [5:35] What determines a person’s sexual orientation
  • [7:30] The difference between sexual orientation and gender identity 
  • [8:20] Cysgender vs. transgender
  • [9:30] How to use pronouns  
  • [14:40] The Genderbread Graphic
  • [19:55] Defining anatomical sex 
  • [23:40] Sexual vs. romatic attraction 
  • [26:25] The advice Victoria would want to remember if she ever has children

Victoria is the Digital Sex Education Manager at Advocates for Youth, where she works with the Communication and Sex Education team to drive AMAZE’s youth-facing digital strategy and manage the AMAZE Youth Ambassador program. Prior to joining Advocates for Youth, Victoria was the Health Education Coordinator at Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington DC Inc, where she managed the organization’s peer education program and community health education program. Victoria has a background in intimate partner violence awareness, working with children with intellectual disabilities, and performing arts. As a former peer educator, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science with a track in community health from Towson University.

Download the episode transcript HERE

Resources mentioned in this episode  

  • Genderbread Graphic

    Connect with Amaze

    Connect with Sarah Rosensweet  

      Want your question answered on the Peaceful Parenting Podcast?

      Please record your question. Your recording may be played on the podcast. You will be asked for your name and email. This is only for me! I will only use your first initial if I answer your question on the podcast.

      Leave a Reply

      Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

      "How To Stop Yelling At Your Kids" 


      Ready to transform your parenting experience? Bid farewell to losing your cool and the guilt that follows, as you learn effective strategies to replace yelling with composure, creating a more joyful and relaxed atmosphere for both you and your children.

      Access the Free Training

      Take the next step forward! 

      Book a free consult call 

      Sign up below for a free short consult to learn how we can help you to become the parent you want to be. 

      |  site credit

      |  Terms


      Free e-course

      How To Stop Yelling At Your Kids