My final presentation was delivered on 11-21-19 in class, where I instructed for the entire class period. It included a class lecture, class discussion, and content specifically centered around Commercial Sex and Stombler’s Ch 10 within the text book, in addition to my research concentration reflecting the intersections of bodies, sexual surrogacy representations, and disability. The delivery of my final presentation (both orally and in power point form) specific challenged the students to focus on the learning objectives that derived from the content that was expressed within my previous statement. The goal was to educate students about the scholarly and pop-culture background, founders, theories, and definitions surrounding the myriad of subjects I had chosen from a lifespan perspective lens, from a legal and illegal implication lens, to challenge the notion of positive and negative portrayals featured within the media with “normal” or “average” body types, disability body types, LGBTQ body types, and able-body types perspectives. My overarching goals were to present content associated with academia related references, relevant related media, and course related content. I ultimately attempted to inspire and instill in the students that mindful communication and mindful language matters and that stereotyping sexual pleasures for certain bodies defeats the purpose in becoming a more diverse, inclusive, and progressive culture. Students discussed with other group members and also shared their group consensus with the class, which ultimately led to more meaningful learning objectives achieved than I had planned for or anything depicted within my power point presentation. This is because, the small group discussions and shared group responses provided a welcoming and trusting outlet for people to learn about and discuss with others on a lifespan and multicultural perspective, about how all sex, how all bodies, how sexual surrogacy, how disability, and the how the future of equally pleasurable sex and sex communication practices are intertwined, affect all bodies types at one point or another in their life time, and can sex-positive communication can be re-shaped and re-defined by anybody willing to learn and listen.