Wednesday, November 7, 20183:00PM - Wednesday, November 7, 20183:50PM
At Bedford 111
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Dr. Amanda Blaisdell, Assistant Professor of Health Education, Health Promotion, and Public Health. This is her second year teaching at Longwood. Previously, she spent one year teaching at the Community College of Vermont and seven years teaching secondary health and physical education in northern Vermont. Her research interests include human sexuality and community health.
She will be discussing incel culture as it relates to gender perceptions. Incels are individuals who consider themselves involuntarily celibate due to socially mediated perceptions of gender, entitlement, and hierarchy that influence their ability to secure sexual and/or romantic relationships.