“It’s like going out on a blind date and falling madly in love,” he said about discovering his interest for the psychology class.
Green applied for a full-time teaching position at TCC in 2001 without knowing what to expect. He’s now in his 10th year of teaching students about psychology and the often-uneasy topic of sex.
“It took me a while to feel comfortable about teaching the subject,” he said.
Green’s classes involve explanations and discussions focusing on in-depth topics about the anatomy and psychology of sex, and the textbook is decked with detailed, blush-inducing pictures. Have no fear, Green is there to educate and help students feel comfortable in their own skins. He is ready to dismiss all the myths and uncover the facts.
“Sex is biology, and you shouldn’t be afraid of biology,” he said.