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Open talks at Sex Shop


Added 15 August 2015


Members of the head table at the launch of the Sex Shop workshop. From left Juliette Bynoe-Sutherland (executive director BFPA), Ro-Ann Mohammed (B-Glad), Leigh-Ann Worrell (co-coordinator of The Sex Shop), Keriann Hurley (youth development officer/social worker BFPA), Rose-Ann Foster Vaughn (Barbados Council for the Disabled) and Juliette Maughn (founder of Ev-O!-lution). (Lennox Devonish.)

Sexuality, sexual health and sexual rights are three things everyone, regardless of age, ability or disability and sexual preference should be able to experience and enjoy.

This view was expressed by Juliette Bynoe-Sutherland, executive director of the Barbados Family Planning Association (BFPA).

She was speaking at a Press conference held at the BFPA yesterday morning on The Sex Shop, an interactive workshop being hosted by the Barbados Council for the Disabled; Barbados Gays and Lesbians Against Discrimination (B-Glad); and Ev-O!-lution in conjunction with BFPA.

Please read the full story in today's Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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