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Criminalizing HIV

The Center for HIV Law & Policy’s map of HIV criminalization in the U.S. is bleak. As of June 2022, thirty states have HIV-specific criminal laws and/or sentencing enhancements applicable to people living with HIV (PLHIV). Across the country, people…

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Sex Radicals with Amy Sohn

This program originally aired on September 21, 2022 as a part of Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Week. Author Amy Sohn is interviewed by Woodhull Freedom Foundation’s COO, Mandy Salley. They discuss Amy’s book, The Man Who Hated Women: Sex, Censorship and…

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Censorship in Schools

Censorship in Schools In the last year, educational gag orders—defined by PEN America as “state legislative efforts to restrict teaching about topics such as race, gender, American history, and LGBTQ+ identities”—have increased by 250 percent. PEN America notes that those…

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Strippers on Strike

Five months ago, dancers at the Star Garden strip club in North Hollywood, CA, went on strike. The impetus for the strike was on-site security’s refusal to make a customer who had recorded a video of a dancer without her…

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Vicki Award Presentation with Al Vernacchio

Al Vernacchio is the N-12 Sexuality Education Coordinator and also a member of the Upper School English department at Friends’ Central School. In his work as Sexuality Education Coordinator, Al teaches classes, organizes sexuality-themed programs and student assemblies, provides parent…

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