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9 Sex Myths from the 90’s

As sexuality educators, we hear ALL kinds of things. Today we'd like to focus on some myths that we've heard over time. If you wear red lipstick, nail polish, or a red dress to church you're a whore. 2. You can use vaseline and baby oil as a lubricant when you wear condoms. 3. If… Continue reading 9 Sex Myths from the 90’s

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Native Leaders in Sexual Health & Reproductive Justice

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, we have decided to highlight Native leaders who are trailblazers in the sexual health and reproductive justice field.   Madonna Thunder Hawk is a member of the Oohenumpa band of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and co-founder of Women of All Red Nations (WARN). WARN is a radio program… Continue reading Native Leaders in Sexual Health & Reproductive Justice

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Beyond the Hashtag: #MMIW

Years ago our land and parts of our culture were stolen due to colonization - but that’s not where it stopped. Our sisters were (and continue to be) stolen as well. Over the past year or so, there seems to have been a large increase in awareness for Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women (MMIW) -… Continue reading Beyond the Hashtag: #MMIW

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Social Movement, Social Impact, and the Erasure of Black Women

On January 10, 2019 we had the pleasure to attend the Martin Luther King Lecture commemorative address hosted by Elon University. The keynote speaker was Professor Anita Hill. The topic of her talk was "From Social Movement to Social Impact". Of course, a program of this magnitude draws out a variety of people from White… Continue reading Social Movement, Social Impact, and the Erasure of Black Women