The Geography of Sex
Based on her research into the social factors of sexual health, Professor Dionne Gesink will discuss where people have sex, where they meet sexual partners and where sexually transmitted infections are spread geographically. After studying the sexual networks of gay men, Prof. Gesink identified seven geosexual archetypes. Come learn about hosters, house-callers, privates, rovers, travellers, sirens and geoflexibles. It’s all part of the complex system that is sexual health.
Registration is currently open for alumni and will open to faculty, students and friends of the School closer to the event date.