July 17 London Event ‘Imagining Sex, Identity and Society in 2030’

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Tuesday, July 17. Juju’s Bar and Stage, Truman Brewery, Brick Lane.

What will sex, dating and gender identity look like by 2030?

PS21 pulls together the latest in its series of ‘Imagining 2030’ events in conjunction with Juju’s Bar and Stage. We’ll be looking at changing trends in sexuality, relationships and how individuals choose to identify themselves and interact. How will people meet and what kind of interactions will they look for? This promises to be a fascinating discussion and we look forward to seeing you there.

Tom Whipple – Science Correspondent, The Times and author of ‘X and Why The rules of attraction: Why gender still matters

Sophie Cook – Labour Party Activist and author of ‘Not Today: How I chose life‘ and’Why being transgender was irrelevant to my general election campaign’

Joana Ramiro – Freelance Writer, Author of ‘What is the Death of the British Pub doing to our Love Lives?’ and ‘How do Women Navigate Sex and Dating in the Wake of #MeToo’

Amna Saleem – Freelance Writer, Author of ‘Sex and Jessica Simpson’ and ‘Why Interracial Relationships aren’t a magical cure to racism’

Jemimah Steinfeld – Author of ‘Little Emperors and Material Girls: Sex and Youth in Modern China

Peter Apps – Reuters Global Affairs Columnist, PS21 Executive Director and author of ‘Getting used to life with no working limbs’

Felicity Morse (Moderator) – Life coach/writer, Author of ‘Give a Fuck: A Brief Inventory of Ways You Can’

The bar will be open throughout the evening.

6pm doors open, 7pm presentations from panellists, 7.45 pm interval, 8pm panel discussion/Q&A

Sign up here

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