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Janielle Bryan

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Janielle Bryan is a public health professional, sexuality educator, content creator, and advocate based in Philadelphia, PA. Whether it’s in the classroom or on social media, she educates creates spaces that allows everyone to feel safe and empowered regardless of sexual orientation, race, or gender identity. She has experience in clinical research, health education, health care, community health, and disease prevention. She has taught various programs in schools, shelters, community centers, and after school programs. In addition, she’s the creator of The Sex Exchange. The Sex Exchange are sexual wellness events that allows attendees to explore the complex subject of sexuality through shame free, pleasure centered conversations. Janielle will receive a Master of Public Health degree from Drexel University in June 2019. She previously completed her undergraduate education at Temple University with a degree in Public Health.

Beautify and Perspective- How We Experience and Are Experienced Based on Physical Beauty

August 16 @ 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm

Presenters: Cathy Vartuli, Janielle Bryan, Justyn Hintze, Irene Leonis

Social and personal definitions can affect everything from who we date, to how much we earn at a corporate job, to how a doctor will treat us when we're ill. Our sense of our own beauty can influence our self-esteem and confidence. Yet we rarely examine our internal concepts of beauty and most people have accepted social concepts of what's attractive without examining where they come from or their commercial origins.Those not seen as beautiful by those standards are all…

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Talking to Religiously Conservative Teens about Sex

August 17 @ 10:45 am - 12:15 pm

Presenters: Mariam I. Williams, Janielle Bryan

As many of us embrace this era of sexual liberation, we often forget about populations whose religious beliefs permit sexual activity only within heterosexual marriage. We may also forget that many people within these populations are teenagers--the very group that may have the most questions about sex and sexuality. We know proper sex education empowers teens and helps them prevent pregnancy and STDs, but what about when the information teens desire about sex is also spiritual in nature. What is…

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