4th Base is redefining and improving sex education by providing an unbiased and trustworthy platform for young adults to read and share stories about sex and sexuality.  At 4th Base we are facilitating a peer-to-peer conversation about sexuality that is reflective of the age we live in. Our goal is to enlighten and empower young adults to feel comfortable with all aspects of their own, as well as their peer’s, sexuality. 4th Base: Real People. Real Experiences. Real Stories. We are sparking this conversation by aggregating stories about sex and sexuality and sharing them across our social media accounts.  You can have your own story featured on 4th Base by submitting it (anonymously) to us via our website. You can also forward it to us on Instagram  @4th_base, and hashtag it #4thstories, #4thstories and #4thsubmit on Instagram and Tumblr. 

4th Base is redefining and improving sex education by providing an unbiased and trustworthy platform for young adults to read and share stories about sex and sexuality. 

At 4th Base we are facilitating a peer-to-peer conversation about sexuality that is reflective of the age we live in. Our goal is to enlighten and empower young adults to feel comfortable with all aspects of their own, as well as their peer’s, sexuality.

4th Base: Real People. Real Experiences. Real Stories.

We are sparking this conversation by aggregating stories about sex and sexuality and sharing them across our social media accounts. 

You can have your own story featured on 4th Base by submitting it (anonymously) to us via our website. You can also forward it to us on Instagram  @4th_base, and hashtag it #4thstories#4thstories and #4thsubmit on Instagram and Tumblr. 

I came up with the idea for 4th Base in 2015. I had found that the information young adults were getting about sex and sexuality was; 1. Heavily biased toward portraying heterosexuality as the standard norm. 2. The information given about the subject (if at all) was insufficient, often came too late and was outdated Through my research about sexual education and I recognized that if you want young people to listen or learn to what you have to say, you should talk with them, not only to them. I created 4th Base for my thirteen year old little sister. I wanted to create a platform s could look to for advice when I can’t be there to give it to her in person. I wanted her and her peers to learn from me and people like me, because we’ve been in their shoes and we know how overwhelming and confusing this sex stuff can be in the beginning. 

I came up with the idea for 4th Base in 2015. I had found that the information young adults were getting about sex and sexuality was;

1. Heavily biased toward portraying heterosexuality as the standard norm.

2. The information given about the subject (if at all) was insufficient, often came too late and was outdated

Through my research about sexual education and I recognized that if you want young people to listen or learn to what you have to say, you should talk with them, not only to them.

I created 4th Base for my thirteen year old little sister. I wanted to create a platform s could look to for advice when I can’t be there to give it to her in person. I wanted her and her peers to learn from me and people like me, because we’ve been in their shoes and we know how overwhelming and confusing this sex stuff can be in the beginning.