Intersectional Sexual Education: What you should have learned in sex ed but didn't. LIB 100 / 201 APPROVED!
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Date and TimeFriday, April 14, 2017
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
*Please not that this presentation occurs on two consecutive days
April 14th Friday 6:00-8:00PM
April 15th Saterday 6:00-8:00PM
This is an integrative, intersectional, feminist sexual education presentation that focuses manily on what is sexual consent and why it is important.
During this presentaiton audenice particpation will be required and questions/Discusstion will be encouraged.
Gender will be discussed in tearms of learning about biological sex (Male, Female and intersex) verse gender idenity (Man, Woman, Cisgender, Transgender, genderqueer, agender ect.)
Sexuality will be discussed in tearms of differnt sexual orientations; such as, Straihgt, gay, bisexual and asexual. Safe sex practices and how to have a healthy sexual and/or romantic relationship will be discussed.
Politics involing sexual and gender freedom such as national healthcare, fair tax reform, bathroom bills, how government forms require olny certain genders to be recongnized and how legal marriage hurts disabled and polyamourous/poligamist peoples.
For any questions feel free to e-mail Presenter Mx. Arielle Perreault at: email@example.com
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