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Lindsey Cain

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Lindsey is a Sexuality Educator with over 8 years of experience. She has taught sexuality education for youth and adults in a variety of settings including: middle and high school, after school programs, parent support groups, youth drug/alcohol rehab and juvenile justice facilities. She has worked with teachers, youth development professionals, clinic staff, parents and caregivers of individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Lindsey has also spent time as a Family Planning Clinic Coordinator, working to increase inclusion efforts in reproductive health spaces. In addition to Woodhull, she has presented at the National Sex Ed, Healthy Teen Network, and American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) Conferences. They have provided sexuality education programming in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, and currently coordinates sexuality education programming for a school district in Oklahoma. Lindsey holds a Master’s degree and is pursuing her PhD in Human Sexuality Education from Widener University. Their doctoral research focuses on the intersection of race and sexuality education.

Balancing Your Becky: Continuing White Female Accountability

August 17 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Presenters: Lindsey Cain, Bryce Komaroff

Balancing Your Becky seeks to continue a critical conversation started last year at #SFS18. During our last session, Acknowledging Your Becky: An Exercise in White Female Accountability, participants were eager to discuss and demonstrate knowledge of the ways in which white women create and perpetuate racial tensions within the media, history, and popular culture. While this is a start, many participants left asking for more, realizing more work needs to be done in order to assess the role all white…

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