Women’s History Month 2012: Michelle Rhee

I never thought I would work in education. Ever. Throughout high school and college I had some of the most positive educators in my life but I didn’t give the idea much thought. I was way too enthralled by the realm of Public Health, more importantly, sexual health. In my eyes, there was no cause…

Sexual Health Sunday: Is Seeing Believing?

After a brief hiatus, I’m back. Thursday’s New York Times featured an article ripe with material for discussion regarding sexual displays, public exhibition, ‘kinky people’, and how these representations of ‘alternative’ sexual behavior interact with academe. In a stunning display of ‘hands-on learning’ a professor at Northwestern University invited two people to demonstrate sexual arousal….

Sexual Health Sunday: Seeking Asylum

Every Sunday I’ll highlight an issue relating to Sexual Health. This week I write about Mei Fun Wong, a Chinese woman seeking asylum in the United States. Chinese Woman Seeks Asylum In The U.S. Over Forced Birth Control | The Frisky. I can’t even begin to write this post without prematurely pulling out my soapbox…