On January 21 at 5pm, at Palácio Anjos, sociologist Isabel Freire will conduct the Brief History of Sex Workshop.
This is a workshop dedicated to the topic of citizenship of intimacy (sexual and gender equality and diversity), in which the political, legal, social and cultural changes in intimate experiences (affective and sexual) in Portugal will be framed. Its main objective is to stimulate reflection on identities and expressions of affections and sexualities in the present.
Isabel Freire has a PhD in sociology and works in the field of the History of Sexuality and the History of Women in Portugal. She is an accredited trainer by the Conselho Científico-Pedagógico da Formação Contínua (CCPFC) for Citizenship Education (Gender Equality Education) and Health Education Practices (Sexuality Education). She has published Sexualities, Media and the Carnation Revolution (Social Sciences Press of ICS-ULisboa, 2020), Love and Sex in the Time of Salazar (Esfera dos Livros, 2010), and Erotic Fantasies – Secrets of Portuguese Women (Esfera dos Livros, 2007).
The workshop is recommended for people over 15 years old and participation requires registration until 48h before to the firstname.lastname@example.org.