Teens and Sex in the Post-#MeToo Era – March 2, 2020
Monday, March 2, 2020, 7:30pm to 9:00pm
with Peggy Orenstein, NYT best-selling author, journalist, speaker
Peggy Orenstein will discuss important issues facing teens today: Navigating consent, understanding hookups, talking about porn and learning about love. This talk explores the sexual landscape facing today’s young people — how it’s changed (often radically), and what parents need to know to raise a young person who approaches intimacy with responsibly, ethics, safety and, of course, joy. Peggy will also share insights from her new book Boys and Sex.
Peggy Orenstein, is an internationally acclaimed writer and speaker on issues relating to girls, women, and teen sexuality. Her books include The New York Times best-sellers Girls & Sex, Cinderella Ate My Daughter and the forthcoming Boys & Sex.
A contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, Peggy has also delivered commentaries on NPR’s All Things Considered and the PBS News Hour. She has been been featured on, among other programs, CBS This Morning, The Today Show, Nightline, NPR’s Fresh Air and Morning Edition. Her TED Talk, “What Young Women Believe About Their Own Sexual Pleasure,” has been viewed over four million times.
VENUE: The Drew School, 2901 California Street, San Francisco
PARKING: At JCC (3200 California at Presidio)or UCSF Mt. Zion (2420 Sutter, between Divisadero & Broderick)
SHOW TIME: Come early to prevent long lines. The event will start promptly at 7:30 PM