Hookup Culture 101. “Hook-up” culture, a widespread and commonly-used phrase within society today has taken many implications, especially regarding female stigmas. While it is more of a recent idea, it is most applicable to our current generation due to the dating culture we’ve adopted. Women must begin to feel more powerful setting rules and boundaries for themselves and their bodies. It is okay to show up to the table knowing and demanding what you want. This workshop will feature several speakers sharing their advice and professional knowledge on what and why women should be free to define their own idea of “hooking up” while also putting a stop any stereotypes or preconceived ideas. Panel Presenters: Dr. Rachel Anne Kieran an Atlanta-area therapist with knowledge and experience in the areas of sexual, gender and relational diversity. Dr. Kieran provides individual therapy that is LGBTQIQ-affirmitive, sex-positive, polyamory-friendly and kink-knowledgeable ; Cherlisa Jackson, LPC, Founder and CEO of S.H.E.E.R Sexual Health Education, Esteem, & Relationships, LLC, S.H.E.E.R. offers therapy services, workshops, and sexual health education. Cherlisa provides psychosexual Trauma Systems Therapy and actively works with HIV prevention of other sexually transmitted infections and diseases; and Katrina Pointer, LPC is a licensed psychotherapist, speaker and therapist specializing in helping African American women define self-love and all things relationships. Register for the Workshop.