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Posts Tagged: media

SwellCon and Woodhull's Sexual Freedom Summit

April 05, 2013

Each week the CSPH highlights an upcoming workshop, conference, or other continuing education opportunity pertaining to sexuality, gender, or reproductive justice issues. This week we are featuring SwellCon 2013 and Woodhull’s 2013 Sexual Freedom Summit. SwellCon Who: The Smitten Kitten What: SwellCon, a conference devoted to critical conversations about erotic media Where:  Minneapolis, MN When: […]

Sexual Health Rankings

March 29, 2013

The CSPH has teamed up with Variance, LLC to produce Sexual Health Rankings, a comprehensive project that, for the first time in history, systematically analyzes and ranks the sexual health of all 50 states. The website for the study contains the findings, methods used, data collected, and more. Click here to go to the Sexual […]

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Good Vibrations Sex Summit

August 31, 2012

Each week the CSPH highlights an upcoming workshop, conference, and other continuing education opportunity pertaining to sexuality, gender, or reproductive justice issues. This week we are featuring the Good Vibrations Sex Summit, co-presented by We-Vibe. Who: Good Vibrations and We-Vibe What: Good Vibrations Sex Summit Where: San Francisco Marriot Marquis, San Francisco, CA When: Saturday, […]

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Q&A: Plus-sized women in media

March 13, 2012

Each week, The CSPH answers questions that have been submitted anonymously through our Formspring. This week’s question has been paraphrased, and is as follows: I am a curvy feminist who is particularly interested in the representation and portrayal of plus-sized women in the media and entertainment industries.  However, I’m finding that some of my feminist […]

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Updates on Sex Workers' Rights, $pread Magazine

August 03, 2011

$pread Magazine, a publication for and by current and former sex workers has sadly had to stop production. This is a major loss to those concerned with sex workers’ rights as the magazine was served to support sex workers and to educate the community at large about the issues facing sex workers. Even though this […]