Engaging Diversity Plenary | Friday, June 14, 2019

(Inter)Exchange- Interplay, Interdependence, and Intersectionality: Connecting our Branches for Accessible and Inclusive Reproductive and Sexual Health Justice.

Presented by: Robin Wilson-Beattie

As sexuality professionals, we are continually learning and embracing inclusive phrasing, ideologies and approaches in understanding how we culturally and competently address human sexuality. Interplay, Interdependence, and Intersectionality are ideologies that are are particularly crucial for people with disabilities, in order to achieve inclusive access to reproductive and sexual health and justice. A holistic approach from our profession would help achieve this goal.

About Robin

Robin Wilson-Beattie is a disability and sexuality health educator and writer, teaching the world to embrace and explore your sexuality, regardless of ability. She is a member of the Association of American Sexual Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT), the Women of Color Sexual Health Network (WOCSHN), and a certified graduate and member of the San Francisco Sexuality Information Training (SFSI).

Robin has been involved in sexuality education and awareness since high school. After acquiring a physical disability, she began in 2008 speaking on sexuality and disability topics and issues. She consults with individuals and organizations on issues of adaptive sexual support, and has written articles and curriculum on this subject. Robin is a nationally recognized self and systems disability advocate. She is a deep-fried Southern girl, Sex Geek, comic book nerd, mid-century buff, and proud Mama of one amazing daughter. Follow Robin on Twitter @SexAbled, or like sexAbled on Facebook.