World Sexual Health Day 2017

Friday, September 29, 2017

10:00 am

Paul Brest Hall Map

Sponsored by:
Weiland Health Initiative

World Sexual Health Day is a global event which is both celebratory and educational. We are honored to host World Sexual Health Day/North America here on Stanford's campus!

This year's theme for World Sexual Health Day is: LOVE, INTIMACY & BONDING
where we will be discussing topics from the biochemistry of love, to redefining relationships across cultures and faiths.

This year's esteemed speakers: 
Integrating Porn and Love | Dr. David Ley
Transmuting Intimacy: The Frontiers of Trans Love and Sex | Lily Zheng
Rethinking Relationship Identities | Dr. Inge Hansen
Black Love, Black Relationships, Black Sexuality | Dr. James Wadley
Emergent Relationship Model | Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh​
The Healing Power of Love: An Oxytocin Hypothesis | Dr. Sue Carter

We will also feature a panel on consensual non-monogamy.

Friday, September 29, 2017
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Paul Brest Hall Map

This event is free to all. Continuing Education for Psychologists/MFTs/LCSWs (4) and AASECT CE's (7) are available for a nominal fee. Also, if you're coming from off-campus be sure to get a parking pass for the day, available when you register.


Diversity Lecture / Reading Health / Wellness Women / Gender 

General Public, Faculty/Staff, Students, Alumni/Friends
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