Sexuality is a central aspect of young people’s lives, and yet it largely remains taboo. At the same time, sexuality is very much political and beyond the personal, and sexuality intersects with various aspects of our lives, whether at school, at work, and at the policy level. Multiple intersecting factors are influenced by and influence our sexuality and our experiences of it, yet, there is a gap in resources that teach ways to analyse issues of oppression through the sexuality and intersectional lens and take young people through steps
to think through solutions in these various arenas. This workshop aims to provide interested individuals, students and professionals the resources to understand and address these issues from an affirmative, rights-based, and intersectional perspectives.