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Racism, Disability, Entitlement, and Sexuality: Difficult Intersections in Sex Therapy
Description: How do we teach the intersections of racism, entitlement, disability, and sexuality? If it is difficult to talk about sex, is it also difficult to talk about a person's privilege, racism, misogyny, homophobia, ableism, and agism, and it's relationship to problems of intimacy? In this presentation, we will discuss how we might do therapy with these issues, through both a discussion of theory, and through guided case study/role plays about these topics.
Objective(s): At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to: discuss theoretical, ethical, and transcultural methods of just relational and intersectional practices in sex therapy and teaching sexuality; demonstrate ways of moving through either/or and oppositional situations around race, disability, entitlement and sexuality.