'Sex and Sensibility' with River Huston
Date and Time
Wednesday, March 2, 2011 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
University Center, Forums A/B
River Huston — standup comic, award-winning poet, sex columnist and AIDS activist — is coming to the University of San Diego. Huston will give a talk on sexuality and responsible choices, entitled “Sex and Sensibility.”
Huston uses her background as a performer to keep things lively and humorous and believes in getting the audience involved in the presentation. Huston travels throughout the United States speaking on issues related to HIV/AIDS, sexuality, self-esteem and alcohol abuse. She is the author of several books of poetry and was awarded the Dorthea Lange/Paul Taylor Award for A Positive Life: Portraits of Women Living with HIV. You can find out more about River Huston at www.riverhuston.com.
This event is part of the Choices Matter campaign and is co-sponsored by The Department of Theology and Religious Studies, The Program in Women’s and Gender’s Studies, Student Affairs, University Ministry, The Women’s Center, The Center for Health and Wellness Promotion, and The Center for Inclusion and Diversity.