World Sexual Health Day
WORLD SEXUAL HEALTH DAY
Getting to the Event
The World Sexual Health Day - North America 2019 event will take place in Paul Brest Hall at Stanford University.
Paul Brest Hall
555 Salvatierra Walk, Stanford, CA 94305
Attendees should park in parking structure 6 (Wilbur Garage). Everyone who registers before 9/20/19 will receive their parking permit in the mail, otherwise, attendees should plan to arrive early to pick up their parking pass in the event hall prior to 9 am.
9:00 - 9:30 am
Check-in & refreshments
9:30 - 10:00 am
10:00 - 10:55 am
11:00 - 11: 55 am
12:00 - 12:50 pm
Transformative Sex Ed: Real People, Real Stories, Real Life
Dr. Brianna Booth
Effects of Smartphone Use on Dating, Sex, and Relationships
Dr. Tom Ellis
12:50 - 1:45 pm
Decolonizing Sex Education
1:50 - 2:45 pm
The Sexuality Education Wheel of Context
Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh
2:50 - 3:25 pm
3:30 - 4:25 pm
Break & Performances
The Stanford Improvisers & Mixed Company
Comprehensive Sex Education & Dismantling the Prison Industrial Complex
4:30 - 5:25 pm
Ableism, Sexuality Education, and Disability Justice Panel
Karen Rayne, PhD∙Alex Locust, MS ∙ Shauna Farabaugh ∙ Robin Wilson-Beattie
5:30 - 6:00 pm
Networking & mingling
About the Speakers
Compelled by a deep belief that we as a society can do better on the challenges of sexuality, Brianna aims to transform the cultural conversation to more fundamentally level “up" on both the challenges and possibilities of sexuality. She is the Director of Positive Sexuality, Design & Development at Stanford University.
Thomas Ellis, PsyD is has been with Stanford University CAPS for 10 years. He is currently the Embedded Clinical Psychologist for Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. His professional interests include sexual health, the LGBTQ community, and the effects of smartphone use on mental health. Dr. Ellis has been a member of AASECT for 8 years.
Francisco Ramirez holds a Master of Public Health, with a concentration in sexuality, from Columbia University and has consulted on sexual health and diversity in more than a dozen countries for the United Nations since 2005. Notably, since 2008, he has put out two chairs and a sign that says “Free Sex Advice,” giving free sex & dating advice to passersby in New York City parks and subways.
Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh, PhD is a Social Psychologist and a thought leader in the fields of Cultural Fluency, Diversity & Inclusion, and Sexual Health & Relationships. In addition to her clinical work, she has also been a senior cultural advisor and strategic consultant for governments, international NGOs, UN agencies, Fortune 500 companies, academic institutions, professional organizations and private sector across 37 countries.
Black & Pink
As the National Director of Black and Pink, the largest prison abolitionist organization in the United States, Dominique Morgan works daily to dismantle the systems that perpetuate violence on LGBTQ/GNC people and individuals living with HIV and AIDS. He is an NAACP Freedom Fighter Award recipient, Young, Black, and Influential Award recipient for Advocacy and Omaha Chamber Young Professionals Changemaker Award recipient.
Dr. Karen Rayne is the Executive Director of UN|HUSHED, an organization with international reach that is dedicated to creating and implementing the highest quality sexuality education curricula possible. She is the author of books like GIRL: Love, Sex, Romance, and Being You and Breaking the Hush Factor: Ten rules for talking with teenagers about sex as well as a wide range of curricula and other professional resources.
Alex is counselor, community organizer, and champion of disability justice. Armed with bombastic charm, whimsical humor, and a sharp wit, Alex synthesizes professional insight with lived experience to create engaging workshops grounded in cultural humility, intersectionality, and fostering empathetic, holistic views of marginalized communities.
Certified Sexuality Educator
Shauna Farabaugh is a certified Somatic Sex Educator and Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE®) provider in private practice in San Francisco, CA who fiercely believes in the right to sexual expression for every body and is committed to making sex education more “sexcessible.” She is particularly passionate about exploring the intersection between sexuality and life transitions of all kinds.
Robin Wilson-Beattie is a speaker, writer, and advocate for disability and sexuality as well as one of the first people to talk about disability, sexuality, and marketing to adult product retailers and manufacturers. She combines years of personal experience with medically sound research to provide a unique perspective on how life and identity impacts one's sexual expression.