Emory Salon
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Theme: SexTalks

This event occurred on
October 25, 2023
Atlanta, Georgia
United States

This event features student speakers from Emory University who share stories and perspectives on sexuality, gender, reproductive justice, and everything in between.

Harland Cinema
630 Means Drive
Atlanta, Georgia, 30322
United States
Event type:
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Emma Friese

Emma is a senior here in the college studying Anthropology and International Studies, on the pre-law track. In the past, Emma was a Rule of Law intern at the Carter Center and solo-traveled through Latin-America and Europe. Today, her talk will explore the impacts of Sex Education disparities in the US.

Kayla Jones

Kayla Jones is currently studying at the nursing school! She works with children with Autism at the severe behavior unit at Marcus autism center. In her talk today, she will explore the topic of sexual education, as it relates to children with autism.

Saanvi Nayar

Saanvi is a second-year majoring in human health and minoring in global development. She is passionate about feminist approaches to healthcare in contexts of ethnobotany, cultural expression, and integrative medicine. She edits for the Wheel and will be performing in @scumemory in November (check this out), among other things.

Sona Davis

Sona is originally from Nashville, TN and is a Senior studying Anthropology and Human Biology. She plans to go to medical school next fall and aspires to become an OB/GYN dedicated to serving in impoverished urban areas. She is excited to share her experiences growing up as a Black girl as well as her decision to get a breast reduction this past Spring.

Warren Clark

Warren Clark is a third-year student in the College, double-majoring in Chemistry and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She was last year's president of the Oxford Sexual Assault Peer Advocates, and with experience as a sex educator, Warren is passionate about engaging her peers and her community in discussions of pleasure, consent, and sexual citizenship.

Organizing team

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