The event will celebrate 20 years since the Psychology of Sexualities Section was founded. There will be keynote speeches from some of the leading practitioners and researchers in the field and a look back at the history of the Section from current and former chairs.
You will have the chance to share your work with other researchers and practitioners working in the area of sexualities, gender and relationships. (Note that you do not need to be a member of the Society to submit a workshop proposal or presentation abstract or attend the conference.)
We welcome submissions for workshop sessions, oral presentations, Pecha Kucha style five-minute oral presentations, and poster presentations from student, academic and practitioner psychologists. The environment is friendly and supportive.
Presentation abstracts will be published as conference proceedings in a subsequent issue of the Section publication, Psychology of Sexualities Review.
Suggestions for topics include but are not limited to:
- LGBTQ+ (GSRD) experiences, identities, relationships, communities and health
- Non – monogamies
- Sexual fluidity
- Representation and marginalisation of LGBTQ+ identities (e.g., heterosexism, homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, in media, politics, healthcare, professional settings)
- Feminist, queer and other critical approaches to sexualities
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