The Los Angeles Bi Task Force (LABTF), the LA Gay & Lesbian Center's Bi-osphere Social Networking Group, and BiNet USA present this fascinating lecture featuring Dr. Lisa Diamond's perspectives on some of today's "hottest" scientific findings about bisexuality and sexual fluidity. Her findings converge to suggest that bisexuality is far more common than previously thought. Topics that Dr. Diamond will explore include: bisexuality vs. sexual fluidity, gender differences in bisexuality and the broader social and political implications that arise from these new perspectives.
The LA Gay & Lesbian Center The Village at Ed Gould Plaza 1125 N. McCadden Place Los Angeles, CA 90038
HAPPY HOUR RECEPTION: 5PM
After the presentation, LABTF, the American Institute of Bisexuality (AIB) and BiNet USA would like to invite you to a catered reception with drinks and appetizers, and an opportunity to mix and mingle with Dr. Diamond and local bisexual, fluid, pansexual and queer-identified community organizers and activists at The Hollywood Corner, located only 1 block away.
The Hollywood Corner 1156 N. Highland Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90038
WHO IS INVITED:
This event is FREE and open to the public. This event is open to people of all sexual orientations and all professions who are interested in the topic of sexual fluidity and who would like to get to know the bisexual, fluid, pansexual and queer-identified community better.
As space is limited, RSVPs are REQUIRED. Please RSVP ASAP (aiming for Thursday, March 4th), and state whether you will be attending the presentation, reception, or both.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Dr. Lisa Diamond is Associate Professor of Psychology and Gender Studies at the University of Utah. She received her Ph.D. in Human Development from Cornell University. Dr. Diamond is an internationally recognized expert on female sexuality and specifically on female sexual fluidity.
She is the author of Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women's Love and Desire and Rethinking Positive Adolescent Female Sexual Development: New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development