Chapman University’s Crean College of Health & Behavioral Sciences is proud to announce the 2019 Human Sexuality & Health Speaker Series. The purpose of this series is to expose students and the public to different theoretical perspectives (e.g., sociocultural and evolutionary), enhance understanding of sexual health, sexual consent, and to understand the diversity in people’s experiences of their gender identity, sexuality, and relationships. All talks have been sponsored by The Office of the Provost and are free and opened to the general public.
Here is the line up:
jessica drake is an adult film actress who also has created a DVD series designed to enhance couple’s sexual satisfaction. She has presented at universities such as UCLA on free speech, sexual consent, and the adult film industry.
Ms. drake will be speaking on September 30, 5:00 p.m., in AF 209ABC. RSVP here
Jessica Lynn has shared her experiences of being transgender across dozens of countries and hundreds of talks, including Harvard, Yale, UCLA, and Chapman. She is an official ambassador of the Kinsey Sex Research Institute and describes her personal experiences with the legal system as a transgender woman.
Ms. Lynn will be speaking on October 14, 5:00 p.m. in BK 404. RSVP here
Dr. Tania Reynolds applies an evolutionary approach to economics and social psychology. She is a post-doctoral scholar at the Kinsey Sex Research Institute. She also advocates for diversity in ideological viewpoint in academia and is social media administrator for the Heterodox Academy.
Dr. Reynolds will be speaking on November 4, 12:00 p.m. in BK 404. RSVP here
Dr. Lisa Wade examined the journals of dozens of students to understand their experiences in hook-up culture. She is the author of the book “American Hook-Up” and spoken across the country about hook-up culture. She is also the creator of the website “Sociological Images,” a widely-read blog examining current events from a sociological perspective.
Dr. Wade will be speaking on November 4, 5:00 p.m. in BK 404. RSVP here