Dot Fisher-Smith was born into a Jewish family in the deep south during segregation, and swore a silent oath to change the conditions of the world she saw around her. Using non-compliance as her approach, Dot was imprisoned countless times in her eighty-seven years of social activism and civil resistance. Moved to engage in intergenerational conversation with a young leader whose work she admires, she converses here with her granddaughter, Olivia Fisher-Smith. Olivia is a seventeen year old senior in high school, a student advocate and sex educator, helping middle school children advocate for personal rights in the complicated new conditions of the internet age. Their loving encounter centers on sex education in the era defined by “When Did Porn Become the New Sex-Ed?”, and what it takes to advocate for what you know is right, in your most heightened, personal, and vulnerable moments.