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On the Hangout we'll discuss:
- Cory's book What Makes A Baby & the next book in the series
- The Alphabet Soup of Sexuality & Gender Identity
- A-Ha moments that Cory has experienced with diverse sexuality & gender, both professionally and personally
- How to find inspiration to move from from censorship to celebration around diverse sexuality & gender
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About Cory Silverberg
I was raised in the 1970s by a children’s librarian and a sex therapist, and have spent most of my life trying to decide which is better; reading about sex or having it. I’m more invested in social justice than identity politics, but you’re welcome to call me gender-variant (or maybe a queer person in a straight package). I often work collaboratively from the position of an ally, speaking-with, rather than speaking-for, speaking up rather than talking down. I dress like a bank teller, but would never be good at that job as I’d just want to give you all the money.
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Melita Noël Cantú, MA (Sexuality Studies, SFSU)
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Cory Silverberg is a sexuality educator, author, and trainer. He received his Masters of Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and trains across North America on topics including access and inclusion, sexuality and disability, and sex and technology. He is the former chair of sexuality educator certification for the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), and is the Sexuality Guide for About.com, where he writes and blogs about sexual politics, education, culture, and health. He is currently writing a series of three inclusive books for children about sexuality for Seven Stories Press. The first, What Makes a Baby, was released in May 2013.
- York University
- Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
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