Every society, without fail, must contend with procreation—with the mechanism for continuing on. Still, procreation or sex is not isolated from other societal ideas of what is sacred and right, of what is taboo and wrong. In other words: how do we define sex? Who can have sex? What is good sex vs bad sex? What are the myths and dominant narratives surrounding sex vs procreation vs pleasure? And what is the relationship between sex, love and intimacy in a rapidly globalizing world?
MeeSoh is a mixed-race military brat who currently studies reproductive health using a feminist anthropological lens. She likes books, cats, and cinnamon rolls.
Heather is a thinker who spends most of her time studying medicine. She's happy to be here in Ghana on a Doris Duke fellowship, researching disclosure in pediatric HIV. She's about 6 months from getting her MD MPH from the University of Miami. In her spare time, Heather likes to tell people she is queer and discuss issues of gender and sexuality ad nauseum.