About Us

The Authors

Dorian Solot and Marshall Miller are nationally recognized sexuality educators who are passionate about increasing people’s knowledge and comfort with their own bodies. They have presented over one thousand programs on sexuality topics at colleges and high schools over the past twenty years, and are the authors of Our Whole Lives K-1 (2nd ed.), a curriculum for five to seven year olds about bodies, boundaries, and families.

Graduates of Brown University, Solot and Miller's media appearances include CNN, NBC, the New York Times, National Public Radio, Time, Cosmopolitan, and hundreds of other newspapers, radio, and television shows. They with their two children in upstate New York.

The Illustrator

Tyler Feder is an artist whose work explores big feelings, feminism, and pop culture. Her debut solo work, Dancing at the Pity Party, a graphic memoir about the premature death of her super cool mom, won the Sydney Taylor gold medal for young adult literature. She wrote and illustrated two picture books: the critically acclaimed body positive anthem Bodies Are Cool and Are You Mad at Me?, a charming tale of childhood anxiety co-authored with her sister Cody. When she is not making art, Tyler enjoys crochet, jigsaw puzzles, and jogging extremely slowly along Lake Michigan. She currently lives and works out of a cozy apartment in Chicago with her beloved cat son, Mitzvah Bear.