Dr. Jennifer Scott discusses her work as a public health expert and sexuality educator, specifically from her experience working for an organization that focuses on sexual health screenings, education, and treatment. She highlights the gaps in comprehensive sexual health education in schools, as well as the ease of access to information on social media that is not always accurate. Dr. Scott emphasizes the importance of accurate information in discussions about sex, body autonomy, pleasure, and self-pleasure. She also critiques the societal aversion to these topics and encourages open and honest conversations, such as this one. She believes the reasons why platforms such as Jasmin as so stigmatized is a purposeful attempt to keep people separated from their pleasure out of fear of losing control. She believes exploring your sexuality and pleasure is important whether through Jasmin or another safe source.