written by Tania Chatterjee
As an HIV Counselor working at a large Baltimore hospital, I am privy to more sex lives in one day than most people are privy to in their lifetime. Each day, I provide rapid HIV testing, linkage […]
WOCSHN is proud to support PolyDallas Millennium’s 2nd Annual Symposium “Designer Relationships” July 22-23, 2016 Dallas, TX! Register today! Proposal submission deadline April 8, 2016!
Lead by WOCSHN member Ruby B Johnson, PolyDallas Millennium is dedicated to featuring the work, knowledge, […]
WOCSHN members Brittany Brathwaite Kimberly Huggins published two articles for National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day (NYHAAD) observed on April 10. Below are two articles with an accompanying quote for you to read and share in your networks. Please […]Continue Reading →
WOCSHN Co-Founders Trina Scott and Bianca Laureano were joined by Executive Committee member Cindy Lee Alves to present Creating and Maintaining Racial Justice in the US Sexuality Field at Catalyst Con East March 28, 2015. Follow tweets from the session […]Continue Reading →
Bianca discusses the need to have more people of Color represented in the US sexuality field! Yes, Cosmo Magazine has stepped up their sexuality game to include accurate representations of people of Color and what we have to say! High-5s […]Continue Reading →
WOCSHN member Cindy Lee, of the National Sex Ed Conference Planning Committee reads the Solidarity Statement on Racial Justice in Sexuality Education. Members of WOCSHN join her on stage and those who stand in solidarity joined as well. Additional videos […]Continue Reading →
Note: Please scroll to the bottom for some clarifications about our use of terminology in this article.
Greetings! We’ve heard that many of you do not know we exist. Allow us to introduce ourselves: we are WOCSHN (Women of Color […]
Written by Bianca I Laureano originally posted at RH Reality Check
I finished The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks two weeks ago. Yes, I’m about three years late and for good reason! I wasn’t ready to read the book. I knew there would […]Continue Reading →
Originally posted at Amplify Your Voice
Dear White People in the Sexuality/Sexology Field,
I’m writing this letter regarding a particular interaction I recently had with a racially white person in the field. This person is planning a new program and project in which […]