Flipping the Script:
Reframing Sex Education for Black Women, Femmes, and Girls
- 1 hr1 hour
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Sex education’s lack of cultural and historical competence and its narrow focus on the mechanics of sex (pregnancy and HIV/STD prevention) has failed Black women, girls, and femmes. Despite years of targeted programs and interventions, this population continually experiences immense sexual health disparities. This workshop explores the history of sex education in the US and how society’s conceptions of race and gender have shaped how we approach sex education for marginalized populations. Participants will learn how current models of sex education can be transformed into culturally-responsive, sex-positive, intersectional practices that facilitate healthy sexual outcomes and livelihoods for Black women, femmes, and girls.
5050 Union Street, Union City, GA, USA Unit 303