Incite: The Vagina Bible

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Wednesday, March 4
7:30pm
Alice MacKay Room - Vancouver Public Library
350 W. Georgia Street, Vancouver

Leave your inhibitions at the door! Vancouver Writers Fest’s Incite series will be hosting an elevating evening with Dr. Jen Gunter, author of The Vagina Bible and the internet’s favourite OB/GYN. From debunking junk science around anatomy and function to calling out celebrities and ‘health gurus’ for blatant misinformation, if you’ve got a question (or a pet peeve) Dr. Gunter has you covered! With an interview conducted by Saleema Noon, Vancouver’s resident sex and empowerment educator, this Incite is certain to stimulate some raucous discussions and laughs.

Free – RSVP to let us know you’re coming

Presented by the Vancouver Writers Fest in partnership with the Vancouver Public Library with support from the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association.

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Dr. Jen Gunter is an obstetrician and gynecologist with nearly three decades of experience as a vulvar and vaginal diseases expert. Soon to be profiled as an ELLE Magazine Woman to Watch, she has been called Twitter’s resident gynecologist, the Internet’s OB/GYN and a fierce advocate for women’s health. She writes two regular columns for The New York Times, called “The Cycle” (monthly) and “You Asked” (weekly), and has written for a broad range of outlets, from academic publications to The New Republic, Chatelaine, Self, The Cut and many more.

Saleema Noon is one of Vancouver’s most respected sexual health experts, appearing as a regular guest on CTV News, Global News, CBC News, CBC Radio, CKNW Radio and CityTV Breakfast Television. She has been featured in Canadian Living, Chatelaine and Today’s Parent magazines along with several other national publications, and is the recipient of the Options For Sexual Health’s Educator of the Year Award. In 2011, Saleema also received the YWCA Vancouver’s Women of Distinction Connecting the Community Award and is a member of the Order of British Columbia.