Earlier this month Dr. Zelaika Hepworth Clarke talked to us about everything from sexual decolonization to Oshun, the Yoruba deity of sensuality and sexuality. Here are a few more gems from that conversation.
Audre Lorde once told us that the master's tools will never dismantle the master's house. No one understands this better than, Dr. Zelaika Hepworth Clarke, she is constantly deconstructing and reconstructing the way that we think of sexuality, and challenging traditional power structures through her work as a sexuality educator and sexologist.
Here’s the next in our series of posts meant to prepare you for the National Sex Ed Conference. This week, we spotlight Zelaika Hepworth Clarke, Ph.D.—also known as the Jamerican Sexosopher—a sexologist and social worker who will be speaking about the decolonization of sexuality education.
Dr. Zelaika Hepworth Clarke is presenting Goddess Bodies Mortal Minds: The intersectionality of Black Sexuality and Respectability. Check out Dr. Clarke’s bio here.