February 6, 6:30 pm ET
Online – Registration Required
Join the GCWS February 6 on Zoom at 6:30pm for a panel of scholars, activists, and artists, discussion on the relationship between sexualities education and social justice, part of the Feminisms Unbound speaker series.
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Pamela Alvarez, Pedagogue, Sexologist, Feminist, Lesbian and Pansexual
Christina J Carney, Assistant Professor, University of Missouri in Columbia
Kinkinella, Welder & Gynepunk
Paromita Vohra, Filmmaker, Writer, Founder, Agents of Ishq
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This panel focuses upon emergent creative sexual pedagogies. Formal sex education often emphasizes risk, reproduction, and a cisheteronormative model of sex, seeking to discipline racially marked and low-income populations and often excluding while also pathologizing queer, trans, or gender nonconforming people. Thinking expansively about sexual pedagogies, this panel incorporates scholars, activists, and artists working in or writing about sexual pedagogy through an intersectional lens in contexts such as educational workshops, performance art, music videos, and postpornography. This panel asks: What is the relationship between sexualities education and social justice?