The Case of the Missing Clitoris Sun 23rd 10:15-11:15
Why weren't we taught about sexual pleasure from our parents or teachers? Why is there an orgasm gap? How come your doctor doesn't know the real anatomy of a clitoris? Is there such a thing as the G spot? The case of the vanishing clitoris will offer you historical, cultural and artistic answers to these questions. You will be able to hold a model of an anatomically correct clitoris and learn the right terms to describe it. Bring your sense of humour and curiosity to this talk.
Suzanne is an adjunct Associate Professor at the Menzies School of Health Research, Northern Territory and has worked as a lecturer and researcher with Charles Darwin University, Flinders University and the Centre for Remote Health. She is a nurse, midwife and medical anthropologist.
She has a consultancy company and supports organisations to use evidence in their health and welfare work. She is skilled in sexual and reproductive health, public health, policy analysis, health literacy, mixed methods research and health advocacy. As President of the Public Health Association of Australia (NT Branch) she advocates for greater preventative and public health measures. She collaborates in the Get Cliterate! Anatomical Models project with medical doctors and a 3D model designer. She has a passion to educate health professionals about female anatomy and sexual pleasure.
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