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Social Media, Sexual Freedom, and Sex Education: Conversation With Gwendolyn Rosen, Woodhull Freedom Foundation’s Social Media Strategist - Mogul

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 Social Media, Sexual Freedom, and Sex Education: Conversation With Gwendolyn Rosen, Woodhull Freedom Foundation’s Social Media Strategist

2016 has been an eventful year so far for Women, LGBT, and Sexual Health activists, with movements and individuals finding innovative ways of  breaking down sexual health taboos and opening safe spaces for underrepresented individuals to share their experiences. Last month,  we had the opportunity to sit down with Gwendolyn Rosen, Social Media Strategist from Woodhull Freedom Foundation, to discuss Woodhull’s role in the Sexual Rights Movement, the impact social media is having on sexual awareness, her view on sexual education, as well as building a support system in open spaces, and moving forward.

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Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of Gwen and do not necessarily represent the views of Woodhull Foundation.
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  • Courtney Dercqu
    Courtney Dercqu Influencer
    7mo ago

    Gwen's interview is beyond insightful to the stigma attached around sexual health. Although I agree with the positivity and acceptance that was the motive behind the #shareyourstatus movement - I think there still needs to be certain things we can promote acceptance on, without promoting personal information. For example, employers routinely will examine a potential employee's social media presence. Nothing is private, and sharing your status (despite right or wrong) may hinder someone from employment, ruin reputations, etc. How are some ways we can promote personal acceptance over things such as STI's without divulging personal business to others, which may or may not hinder those individuals down the road?

    Gwen's interview is beyond insightful to the stigma attached around sexual health. Although I agree with the positivity and acceptance that was the motive behind the #shareyourstatus movement - I think there still needs to be certain things we can promote acceptance on, without promoting personal information. For example, employers routinely will examine a potential employee's social media presence. Nothing is private, and sharing your status (despite right or wrong) may hinder someone from employment, ruin reputations, etc. How are some ways we can promote personal acceptance over things such as STI's without divulging personal business to others, which may or may not hinder those individuals down the road?


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