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2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context 2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
1 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context THE SOCIETY FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF SEXUALITY
Founded in 1957, The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS) is an international organization of professionals dedicated to the advancement of sexual
knowledge. The Society publishes The Journal of Sex Research, the Annual Review of Sex Research, Sexual Science: The Society Newsletter, and a public
information brochure series titled, "What Sexual Scientists Know About.…" The Society also sponsors programs to reward research excellence and holds an
Annual Congress and Regional Conferences to promote interdisciplinary cooperation among researchers, educators, and clinicians.
SSSS Board of Directors
Konstance McCaffree, PhD
President
Herb Samuels, PhD
President-Elect
Suzanne Frayser, PhD
Past-President
Jeanette Norris, PhD
Secretary
Jean Levitan, PhD
Treasurer
International Representatives:
Osmar Matsui-Santana, ScDr
Frances M. Shaver, PhD
Eastern Region:
Betsy Crane, PhD
Jeffrey T Parsons, PhD
Miguel Muñoz-Laboy, DrPH
President
Midcontinent Region:
Peter B Anderson, PhD
Zoe Peterson, PhD
Michael Kauth, PhD
President
Western Region
Elizabeth Rae Larson, DHS
Winston Wilde, DHS
Carol Ellison, PhD
President
SSSS STAFF:
Office Manager
Mandy Peters
2009 Annual Congress Program Co-Chairs
Gil Herdt, PhD
Osmar Matsui-Santana, ScDr
Assistant to the Co-Chairs
Christopher White, PhD
Registrar:
Mandy L Peters
Courtney Weaver, MEd
Continuing Education
Co-Chairs:
José Nanín, EdD CHES
Christopher White, PhD, CHES
Exhibits Chair:
Robin Milhausen, PhD
Audio/Visual Chair:
Babylon Williams
Society Awards Chair:
Naomi McCormick, PhD
Student Involvement
Co-Chairs:
Kristen Jozkowski, MS
Amy Muise, MSc
Public Relations Chair:
Jennifer L Bass, MPH
FSSS President:
Betsy Crane, PhD
Andrew Mattison and David McWhirter Outstanding Student Paper Award
Chair:
Justin Sitron, EdD
Members of the Program and Continuing Education Committee:
Carey Roth Bayer, EdD, RN; David Bimbi, PhD; Walter Bockting, PhD;
Eric Buhi, PhD, CHES; Hector Carrillo, PhD; Brian DeVries, PhD;
Cynthia Graham, PhD; Christian Grov, PhD; Colleen Hoff, PhD; Rita
Meléndez, PhD; Miguel Muñoz-Laboy, DrPH; José Nanín, EdD,
CHES;
Jeffrey T Parsons, PhD;
Zoe Peterson, PhD; Carlos
Rodriguez, PhD; Brent Satterly, PhD; Brooke Wells, PhD; Christopher
White, PhD, CHES; Michael Young, PhD
Director of Continuing Education
Sharon McNeely, PhD
The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality supports individuals’ pursuits of their professional development through the organization. The Society strives to
create an open environment, which is inclusive of diversity in personal and professional background and free from unwanted sexual attention and discrimination
based on gender, race, ethnicity, religion, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, relationship status, ableness, or age.
For additional SSSS information, contact:
Mandy Peters
P.O. Box 416
Allentown, PA 18105-0416
Phone: 610.530.2483 / Fax: 610.530.2485
Email: TheSociety@sexscience.org
Web site: http://www.sexscience.org/
For additional program information:
http://nsrc.sfsu.edu/article/ssss_sexuality_conference_2009
email: sexscience2009@gmail.com
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
2 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context SSSS 2009 ANNUAL CONGRESS – General Information
*NOTE TO ALL PRESENTERS: All congress presenters must pre-register for the conference by SEPTEMBER 15, 2009, or
their presentation may be cancelled and not appear in the Final Program.
PROGRAM/CONGRESS REGISTRATION: Our online registration is available.
To take advantage of reduced congress registration fees, make sure that you have your registration form and payment
postmarked no later than October 1, 2008. On-site registration, which is at a higher cost than advanced registration, will be
available during the times noted in this Program. Please note that on-site registration for SAR, Pre or Post-Conference CE
Workshops cannot be guaranteed.
HOTEL REGISTRATION: The Westin Puerto Vallarta has online registration at http://www.starwoodmeeting.com/book/ssss
and registration by call-in. From the US and Canada the number is 1-800-937-8461. You should specifically request the SSSS
meeting. Use the code SSS04NOV09. The hotel special rate of $159 per room per night for two double beds or a king bed is
guaranteed only as long as the SSSS hotel block is open. Once that block is sold out, rates will be higher. We recommend
booking your hotel immediately. The hotel will take up to three adults per room.
Usted puede hacer su reservación en el Hotel Westin Regina Spa & Resort de Puerto Vallarta desde el país de Mexico
marcando al número 001 800 528 3025 (Número gratuito) y mencionando el Codigo de Grupo = SSSNOV09 para obtener los
precios especiales para este Congreso que es de 159 USD más impuestos por Habitación con una cama King size o 2 camas
matrimoniales; se admiten hasta 3 personas adultas y los niños son gratis por habitación
PASSPORTS AND TRAVEL INFORMATION: Unless you are a resident of Mexico, please make sure that your passport is
current and you are ready to cross the border. You are welcome to bring personal items, your laptop, etc. Please make sure that
you do not bring sexually explicit materials with you, and you do not bring any items to sell. SSSS is providing informational item
sharing opportunities at the Congress. Those materials must be arranged in advance, and shipped into Mexico in advance,
through our shipping arrangements. Please see Informational Exhibits for more information. When you arrive at the airport, be
prepared to be photographed. You are entering the country as a tourist. Once you go through the photographing and baggage
scanning process, we recommend that you exchange your money for pesos, unless you have already done so. Once you leave
the airport, exchange rates are usually higher elsewhere. The hotel does not have an ATM machine for you to get cash. The
airport has many people in it who are paid to get you to go to hotel waiting areas, to try to get you to go to see timeshares,
condos, etc. Walk past them. Do not feel obligated to talk to them at all. There are two exiting rooms you should walk through.
Then, you should be outside. At that time, walk to the right of the airport, to the cab waiting area, and take a cab. You do not need
to negotiate. The cabs are a flat rate to the hotel that will depend on the number of people in your party and your baggage.
When you arrive and check-in at the Westin, make sure that you fill out the appropriate forms with them so that you are not
paying taxes. Also make sure that they have your up-to-date contact information and have properly listed any people who you are
sharing a room with. The hotel allows a maximum of three adults per room. You can get a limited amount of cash from the hotel
front desk. The hotel will take credit cards for registration and for their restaurants. The hotel uses standard AC/DC in the rooms,
and you will not need a special adapter if you have standard US electric plugs.
INFORMATIONAL EXHIBITS: Information of interest to researchers, sexuality educators, therapists, and scientists will be
presented as part of the congress exhibits display on Friday and Saturday. Due to limited space, authors may not bring items to
exhibit unless prior arrangements are made. SSSS will not pay hotel fees or return shipping fees on any exhibits. The Society
does not endorse any of the publications, services, or products exhibited. Exhibits will be located in the Siqueiros room.
FEE REMISSION FOR STUDENT MEMBER VOLUNTEERS: Student members of SSSS may receive all or partial remission
of registration fees by providing work service during the congress. Student volunteers will be wearing the Student Ambassador
name badge ribbon.
REFUND POLICY: If you must cancel your Congress registration, you need to send a letter to SSSS notifying us. If the
letter is received by October 1, 2009, your full registration will be refunded. If the letter is received between October 2 and
October 31, 2009, a $50 administrative fee will be charged. Refunds will not be made if you cancel your registration after
November 1, 2009.
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
3 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context SHARED HOUSING OPTIONS: If you wish to share a room you should check the space provided on the registration form. Your
name, address, phone number and email will be added to the list. The list is then sent to all registrants indicating a desire to
share a room. This service will be available only until the close of early registration on October 1, 2009. It is your responsibility to
contact others and make hotel reservations. SSSS does not assume any liability in sharing this information.
ACCESSIBILITY AND THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT: The Westin Hotel, being in Mexico, is not subject to the
Americans with Disabilities Act. While, SSSS strives to provide accessibility for our members, it is up to you to contact the hotel
directly if you have any disability needs. If, as a presenter, you have special needs, you must contact SSSS office by October 1,
2009, to make appropriate arrangements.
AUDIO VISUALS: SSSS will provide, at no additional charge, an LCD projector, screen or whiteboard, and electrical hookup,
during the regular program to presenters who requested them on their proposal sheets. If volume is needed for presentation,
presenter must bring their own speakers for hookup to computer. Presenters are responsible for providing their own,
presentations, and laptops. Presenters using audio visual equipment are requested to arrive at their sessions at least 15 minutes
in advance of the start of the session to set up the equipment and verify it is functional. Presenters will have to separately pay the
hotel AV company for any late additional AV, assuming it is available. The Society assumes no liability for any AV equipment that
we obtain for the program or that the presenter obtains or brings to the program.
EXPLICIT MATERIALS NOTICE: What is presented and discussed at this program may be explicitly sexual in nature and may
be offensive to some. The Society assumes that the registrant is of legal age and accepts responsibility to leave any session that
is found to be offensive. The Society also assumes that no registrant will bring underage minors to any meeting functions or the
exhibits area. The Society does not assume any responsibility for what is presented or discussed.
CHILD CARE: There is a childcare agency available through the Westin hotel. Contact the hotel in advance of the congress.
THE FOUNDATION FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF SEXUALITY (FSSS): The Foundation was created by The Society for
the purpose of stimulating and supporting sex research. The primary goal of FSSS is to make available a perpetual pool of funds
to accomplish its purpose.
Student Opportunities at SSSS Annual Meeting
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On Thursday, November 5, 12-3 pm, students have an opportunity to attend a pre-conference learning session on
publishing sex research, especially in the Journal of Sex Research. This is free for student members of SSSS.
On Thursday, November 5th, from 3:15 until 4:15 pm, students have an opportunity to attend a session that orients you to
the program, to how the program works, and to give you a chance to meet others before the learning adventure really
begins.
There will be a Student Luncheon from 12-2 PM on Friday, November 6th. Students will be given the opportunity to mingle
with past SSSS Presidents and other SSSS Students! This luncheon is often a great opportunity to network with
professionals and other students. This luncheon is paid for as part of your full registration, and is supported by Adam and
Eve.
On Friday, November 6th, from 6:15 pm to 7:15 pm; there is a special student session for students to have a student
meeting, further network, have special research interest gatherings, and provide support for each other. Juarez room.
Friday, after the Student Research Session (7:15 pm to 8:15 pm), there will be a special student Meeting and social cosponsored by National Sexuality Resource Center and Widener University. Location: Juarez
On Saturday November 7, from 11:15 am until Noon, there is an awards session. Students have the opportunity to not only
see awards given to prestigious people in the field, but also to see some students receive awards.
Throughout the entire conference, there will be exhibitors present from different sexuality programs. Feel free to ask them
any questions you may have about their programs as they be available to meet with you.
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
4 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context THE SOCIETY FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF SEXUALITY
The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality is an international organization dedicated to the advancement of
knowledge about sexuality. The Society brings together an interdisciplinary group of professionals who believe in the
importance of both the production of quality research and the clinical, educational, and social applications of research
related to all aspects of sexuality.
In 1957, The Society was founded to encourage rigorous systematic investigation of sexuality. The early 20th
century had produced phenomenal growth in scientific understanding; however, similar gains were not being made in
understanding sexuality, with knowledge often mixed with misunderstanding and confusion. Through interdisciplinary
cooperation, The Society continued to support the study of sexuality as a valid area of research by the scientific
community.
A strength of The Society is the range of disciplines represented by its members, conference participants, and
journal authors. A broad interdisciplinary perspective is insured by dialogue and research contributions from biologists,
physicians, nurses, therapists, psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, historians, educators, and theologians.
Become a Society Member
Join the oldest organization in the United States of professionals interested in the study of sexuality. Keep upto-date with the latest findings from diverse areas of research. Establish a continuing dialogue with colleagues
in the sexual sciences who are working in a broad range of disciplines. Share your research, teaching, or
clinical experiences with a group of professionals interested in knowing your work. Become part of a closeknit community of serious researchers.
SSSS Membership Benefits
In addition to participation in regional activities, and reduced conference fees, members receive: The Annual
Review of Sex Research, The Journal of Sex Research, a scientific quarterly; Sexual Science, The Society's
newsletter that gives information about The Society and related activities of interest; and The Membership
Directory, a yearly directory of the membership. There are members-only, and a student-members only
listserves.
Discounts are available for regional, annual, and affiliates’ meetings. Your membership in SSSS actively
supports The Society's work in advancing knowledge about sexuality, rewarding research excellence, and
promoting freedom of inquiry for researchers.
Eligibility for Membership
Membership is limited to applicants who have demonstrated an active professional commitment to the
advancement of knowledge about sexuality. Applications are reviewed by the Membership Committee to
determine eligibility; additional information may be requested.
If an applicant is accepted, membership becomes effective with payment of dues. Membership is paid on a
calendar year basis only. After October 1, all membership dues paid will be applied to the next calendar year.
Categories of Membership
Member--must have an advanced degree in the area of expertise
Couple--a reduced-fee category for couple members who receive one copy of each mailing
Retired—a reduced-fee category for professionals who have greatly reduced their professional activities due to
retirement.
Associate--must have an undergraduate degree in a relevant academic discipline
Student--undergraduate and graduate students must be enrolled in a college or university program in a relevant
discipline. Student Memberships are available with or without journals. Student members are eligible for
student research grants and various awards at SSSS programs.
There will be a new category of membership for 2010 for new graduates & doctorates that have finished
school are transitioning to the work force. Further information will be available on the SSSS website shortly.
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
5 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context 2009 Annual Congress
Special Thank You For This Year’s
Congress Sponsors
National Sexuality Resource Center
Universidad de Guadalajara
Adam & Eve/PHE, Inc.
Sinclair Intimacy Institute
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists
The American Institute of Bisexuality (AIB)
The Center for Sexual Health Promotion – Indiana University at Bloomington
Church & Dwight
Ford Foundation – Mexico
My Pleasure.com
SexSmartFilms.com
SIECUS
We-Vibe
McGraw Hill
Routledge Journals/Taylor and Francis
Widener University
John’s Hopkins University Press
KY Brand, J & J Consumer Health
Ansell / Lifestyle Condoms
Trigg Labs (WET Lube)
Springer Publishing Company
McGraw Hill
Proper Attire Condoms
Oxford University Press
Thank you for your Support!
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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Health and Rights in Cultural Context
Westin Resort & Spa Escape to 21 tranquil acres dotted with swaying palm trees and fronted by 879 feet of private Pacific Ocean beach. The Westin Resort & Spa, Puerto Vallarta offers this splendor just 5 minutes from the international airport and charming downtown. The hotel will have special celebrations for the Day of the Dead on Nov. 1 & 2. Hotel Amenities This hotel is situated on a peninsula which offers breathtaking views of Banderas Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Standard amenities include television with select satellite channels, air conditioning, WI‐FI internet connectivity, private balcony, room service. Onsite Services Additional onsite accommodations include the Las Pergolas Beach Club. Enjoy these beachside elegantly designed wooden, open‐frame structures as you relax in a tropical haven by the ocean. See the concierge for more information. There are also four pools at the hotel, a full‐
service restaurant, and a car‐rental agency. To plan for an extended stay, visit http://www.visitmexico.com for more information. Visit the scenic Puerto Vallarta downtown area only 15 minutes away.
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
7 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context 2009 Annual Congress Program‐at‐a‐Glance Wednesday, November 4th,
2009
2:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Registration Open for the Spanish Language SAR Attendees Only
3:00 pm – 8:00 pm
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
CE Session: Spanish Language SAR, Part 1: Re-evaluation de Actitudes Sexuales (RAS)
SSSS Executive Committee Meeting
Thursday, November 5th, 2009
8:30 am – 7:00 pm
Registration Open
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
SSSS Board of Directors’ Meeting
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Exhibits set-up (not open to the public)
Pre-Con CE Sessions
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
CE Session: Spanish Language SAR, Part 2: Re-evaluation de Actitudes Sexuales (RAS)
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
6:15 pm – 7:15 pm
6:30 pm – 7:00 pm
7:15 pm – 9:00 pm
CE Session: Motivational interviewing through a cross-culturally, ethically-appropriate
perspective
CE Session: Securing grants for sexuality
CE Session: Publishing sexuality research: What you need to know to be published
in the JSR and other journals.
CE Session: Developing standards for teaching human sexuality at the post-secondary
level
Students, New Members, and First-time Attendees Orientation to the Program
Opening & Plenary Sexual rights and struggle for erotic justice in the early 21st century
Plenary Cuban strategy for transsexuals integral care and its inclusion as social policy
Poster Set-up
Posters and Social
Friday, November 6th, 2009
8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Registration open
Exhibits open
8:00 am – 8:30 am
Coffee Break
7:30 am – 8:00 am
Posters Group 1 (set-up)
8:30 am – 10:30 am
Concurrent Sessions
Spanish Papers Sessions I
Sex and Research: Ways of Looking and Engaging
Sexual Selves: Moralities, Pleasures, and Desires
Sexual Violence, Assault, and Rape
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
8 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Friday, November 6th, 2009
(cont’d)
8:30 am – 9:30 am
9:30 am – 10:30 am
8:30 am – 10:30 am
8:30 am – 9:30 am
8:30 am – 10:30 am
9:30 am – 10:30 am
10:30 am – 10:45 am
10:30 am – 11:00 am
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Symposium: Negotiating male sexuality and masculinity: Examining the relationships
between social context and sexual literacies
Symposium: Queer of color voices: moving beyond normative articulations of sexuality
discourse(s)
CE Concurrent Sessions
CE Session: Exploring Program Evaluation Issues In the Sexuality Arena
CE Session: Quality couple sex: Growth and satisfaction with “good-enough sex”
CE Session: Advancing advocacy: Techniques for the sexuality professional
Posters Group 1
Break
Plenary International migration and the globalization of sexuality: What do we learn from
the Mexican experience?
Student Meeting and Luncheon for Students
Lunch – On Your Own
Regional Meetings
WINER Plenary Struggles for sexual rights and the emergence of new challenges in the
study of sexuality
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Concurrent Sessions
Spanish Papers Session II
Redefining Risks, Identities, and Categories
Youth Negotiating Sex and Sexuality
Cyber Sexualities
Erotic Articulations: Definitions and Negotiations
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Symposium: Risk, Sex, and HIV+ Interventions
CE Concurrent Sessions
CE Session:
Beyond the IRB: Ethical issues in research with sexual minority
populations
CE Session:
Teaching human sexuality: Theoretical, ethical, and practical
considerations
PRESIDENTIAL Plenary Challenges in culture: Emotional literacy, training professionals
5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
and learning
6:15 pm – 7:15 pm
Student Research Session
7:15 pm – 8:15 pm
Student Meeting and Social
Saturday, November 7th, 2009
8:00 am – 11:00 am
Registration open
2:15 pm – 6:00 pm
8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Exhibits open
8:00 am – 8:30 am
Coffee Break
7:30 am – 8:00 am
Posters Group 2 (set-up)
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
9 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Saturday, November 7th, 2009
(cont’d)
8:15 am – 9:45 am
Concurrent Sessions
Spanish Papers Session III
(De)Constructions: Sex, Masculinities, and HIV/AIDS
Sexuality Education: Approaches and Evaluations
Shifting Paradigms in Sexuality Research
Symposium: Developmental experiences and their association with adult sexuality
8:15 am – 9:45 am
CE Concurrent Sessions
Sexual wisdom of women in the baby boomer generation and beyond
Sexuality and aging: A focus on gay and lesbian and long-term care
issues
CE Session:
CE Session:
9:45 am - 10:00 am
Posters Group 2
9:45 am - 10:15 am
Break - Please visit Posters and Exhibits
10:15 am – 11:15 am
Plenary
11:15 am – 12:00 pm
Special Session: SSSS Awards
12:15 pm – 1:45 pm
Luncheon on the Lawn
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Plenary Building a sexually literate world: Where is the world on global priorities for
3:00 pm – 3:30 pm
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Break - Please visit Posters and Exhibits
Concurrent Sessions
(In)Visible Sexualities: Disclosure, Perception, and Discrimination
What it means to ‘Know’: Power and Consequence
Youth Negotiating Sex and Sexuality II
Symposium: Youth and Sexual Identities
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Special Session in English and Spanish
Is same-sex sexuality a dynamical system? Does it matter?
sexual health?
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
CE Session:
CE Session:
CE Session:
CE Concurrent Sessions
Sexuality literacy: Risk, addiction, and harm reduction
Reproductive rights in the 21st century: Exploring the complexities in the
college classroom
Fundamentals of sex therapy: Principles and practice for the new sex
therapist
Sexual Attitude Reassessment (SAR) Part 1: English language
3:30 pm – 6:30 pm
CE Session
5:45 pm – 6:45 pm
NAFSO Plenary Sexuality education in Brazil: an e-learning experience
7:00 pm
Mexican Fiesta Beach Party – Sponsored by the Foundation for the Scientific Study
of Sexuality
Ticket required for this event. Additional tickets may be purchased at registration.
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
10 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Sunday, November 8th, 2009
8:00 am – 11:00 am
Registration open
8:00 am – 10:00 am
SSSS New Board of Directors Meet
8:00 am – 8:30 am
Coffee Break
8:15 am – 10:15 am
Student Research Session - Hosted by: Student Involvement Committee
8:15 am – 10:15 am
Concurrent Sessions
Women’s Sexuality
Sexual Abuse and Assault: Developmental Perspectives
At the Intersections: Sexuality, Race, and Ethnicity
Exploring Sexuality: Ideologies, Stereotypes and Norms
8:15 am – 10:15 am
CE Concurrent Sessions
CE Session:
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
10:15 am – 10:45 am
10:45 am – 12:00 pm
10:45 am – 12:00 pm
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
CE Session:
CE Session:
Religion and sexuality: The moral and scriptural implications of
sexuality education and religion
One hundred years of sexual health films
Sexual Attitude Reassessment (SAR) Part 2: English language
Break
Special session for students and young professionals
Concurrent Sessions
Advancements in Research
Sex Work: Thinking about research, risk, and well-being
What does it mean to be sexually active? Gender, college, and the internet
Condoms and Compulsivity
Symposium: Advancements in research on sexual minority stress
Symposium: The effects of sexual victimization and alcohol consumption on women’s
sexual decisions: qualitative and quantitative approaches
Concurrent CE Sessions
CE Session:
Logic Modeling
CE Session:
Breaking the ice: Ideas for the first day of human sexuality class
Closing Session
Post-CON CE Session: Beyond white”: An innovative interactive real-time learning
session to support SSSS’s commitment to diversity and inclusion of and for sexuality
educators, counselors, therapists, and researchers
SAVE THE DATE…
November 4-7, 2010
Las Vegas, Nevada USA
Green Valley Ranch
2300 PASEO VERDE PKWY | HENDERSON, NV 89052
Room rate: $110/ night + taxes
www.greenvalleyranchresort.com
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11 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Wednesday, November 4, 2009
2:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Registration open for the Spanish-language SAR attendees only
Wed., 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm
10 hours Pre-con CE Session (part I)
Room: O’Gorman
Spanish language SAR, Part 1: Re-evaluación de Actitudes Sexuales (RAS)
Jose Nanin, EdD, CHES, Kingsborough Community College and CHEST; Carlos E. Rodríguez-Díaz, MPHE,
CHES, CCHP, U of Puerto Rico; Tonya Cherry, MA, ACS, Kingsborough Community College
This session is available for earning continuing education. You may also attend if you do not want continuing
education. There are a total of 10 hours over two days. You must attend Part 1 to attend Part 2 on Thursday.
A one-hour break will be provided during this time for people to get refreshments.
Wed., 6:00 - 10:00 pm
SSSS Executive Committee Meeting
Thursday, November 5, 2009
8:30 am – 7:00 pm Registration open
8:00 am – 4:00 pm SSSS Board of Directors’ Meeting / Room: Tamayo
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Exhibits set-up (not open to public)
Thurs., 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
10 hours Pre-con CE session (part II)
Room: O’Gorman
Spanish language SAR, Part 2, Re-evaluación de Actitudes Sexuales (RAS)
Jose Nanin, EdD, CHES, Kingsborough Community College and CHEST; Carlos E. Rodríguez-Díaz,
MPHE, CHES, CCHP, U of Puerto Rico; Tonya Cherry, MA, ACS, Kingsborough Community College
This session is only open to attendees who attended Part 1 on Wednesday. A one-hour break will be provided during
this time for people to get lunch, but continue learning.
Thurs., 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm 3 hours Pre-con CE session Focus: general
Room: Cuevas
Motivational interviewing through a cross-culturally, ethically-appropriate perspective
Juline Koken, PhD, CHEST
This session is considered new learning for professionals.
Thurs., 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm 3 hours Pre-con CE session Focus: general
Room: Juárez
Securing grants for sexuality
Michael Young, PhD, New Mexico State U
This session is considered new learning for upper-level graduate students and for new academic professionals, as well
as other professionals in sexuality.
Thurs., 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm 3 hours Pre-con CE session Focus: general
Room: Morelos
Publishing in the Journal of Sex Research: Guidance for authors and reviewers
Cynthia Graham, PhD, JSR Editor, Oxford U, and Eric Buhi, PhD, U of South Florida
Thurs., 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm 3 hours Pre-con CE session Focus: education
Room: Hidalgo
Developing standards for teaching human sexuality at the post-secondary level
Sharon McNeely, PhD, Northeastern Illinois U, Olga-Perez Stable-Cox, MA, MFT, Orange Coast
College; and Monica Rodriguez, SIECUS
This session is considered advanced learning for academic professionals. There is no charge for this session, however
pre-registration is required due to material reproduction.
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12 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Thurs., 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
Students, New Members, and First-time Attendees Orientation to the Program
Room: Morelos
Hosted by: Justin Sitron, EdD and Christopher White, PhD, CHES
This session is designed especially for people to learn how the SSSS program works, and to have a chance to meet
each other and network prior to the start of the meeting.
Thurs., 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
OPENING and PLENARY
1.5 hours CE session Focus: general
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Sexual rights and struggle for erotic justice in the early 21st century
Richard Parker, PhD, Columbia U
Moderator: Gil Herdt, PhD
Opening Remarks by Konnie McCaffree, SSSS President
Opening welcome by: Javier Bravo Carbajal Mayor of Puerto Vallarta
Victor Manuel Ramirez Anguiano and Javier Orozco Alvarado Regents of the University of Guadalajara
Thurs., 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm
PLENARY
1 hour CE session Focus: general
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Cuban strategy for transsexuals integral care and its inclusion as social policy
Mariela Castro Espin, Directora del CENESEX, SSSS 2009 Public Service Award Winner
Moderator: Osmar Matsui-Santana, ScDr
SSSS Public Service Award Winner
Thurs., 6:30 pm
POSTERS SET-UP
Room: Arricifes
All poster presenters will set-up their posters at the site of the social. Poster presenters are expected to be at or near their
posters during the 7 pm social. Posters are removed at 8 pm and will be reset at another poster time during the meeting.
Thurs., 7:15 pm – 9:00 pm
Room: Arricifes
POSTERS AND SOCIAL
This is a social event designed for networking. The area will have a cash bar and hors d’oeuvres. Posters will be
set-up and those presenting posters will be available to discuss their research and socialize. For a complete list of all
posters, please see Posters Group 1 and Posters Group 2 elsewhere in this program. All attendees are invited. Your
attendance badge will allow admission to this event. Guest tickets are available for purchase at registration.
Friday, November 6, 2009
8:00 am – 5:30 pm Registration open
8:00 am – 8:30 am Coffee break / Room: Siqueiros
8:00 am – 5:30 pm Exhibits open / Room: Siqueiros
Fri., 7:30 am – 8:00 am
Posters Group 1 (set-up)
Room: Siqueiros
The following posters will be set-up and available throughout the day for attendee viewing. Poster authors
are expected to be in attendance at their posters from 10:30 until 10:45 am
Poster A: Polysexuality: A new explanation for extradydadic mating
Edward Christian, PhD, Kutztown U; and Margaret Schmidt, MSN, Drexel, U
Poster B: Quantity makes quality? Adding attitude towards sexual fantasy and fantasy-reality separation to
a sexual fantasy model predicting sexual satisfaction for males and females
Arielle Deutsch, BA, U of NB-Lincoln
Poster C: Comparing eastern and western cultural influences on female sexual desire: A review of the literature
Amanda Holmgreen, BA; Brandan Gremminger, BS; Mandy White, BS; all of Forest Institute
Poster D: Understanding mental orgasms in women
Chelsie Reed, LPC, MC, Walden U
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
13 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Poster E: One click away: A voyage into internet sex sub-cultures.
Timaree Schmitt, MEd; Courtney Weaver, MEd; both of Widener U
Poster F: Know the facts - Youth and sex 101
Nathalie Serna, BA; Claudia Serrato MA; Javier Hernandez BA; Anita Mihecoby MA; Bianca L. Guzman
PhD; Aida Feria, BA; all of Choice CHAMP Program
Poster G: A gender-based examination of sexual behaviors among Hispanic/Latino college students
Tammy J. Wyatt, PhD; Sara B. Oswalt, MPH, PhD; all of U of Texas at San Antonio
CONCURRENT SESSIONS NOT FOR CE 8:30 am – 10:30 am
Fri., 8:30 am – 10:30 am
SPANISH PAPERS SESSION I
Room: O’Gorman
Moderator: Jose Nanin, EdD, CHES
Una forma de vilencia en el noviazgo: La coercion sexual y su relacion con los mitos de violencia y las
actitudes sexuales
Gabriela Saldivar Hernandez, Doctora, Instituto Nacional de Psiquiatria Ramon de la Fuente Muniz
El lado oscuro del amor: La patologia del amor y sus trastornos comorbidos-propuesta para diagnosticarlo
como enfermedad
Sergio A. Rueda, PhD, Hospital Poliplaza Medica
Practicas Sexuales y Conocimientos Sobre Its en Universitarios del Area Biologica y No Biologica
Ligia Vera Gamboa, Especialidad; Rodriguez Barcelo Leira Arely MD; Universidad Autonoma de
Yucatan
Transgenero ¿Una identidad generic nueva?
Dra. Angélica Mancilla Amador
Elementos para una nueva comprension de las respuesta sexual femienina
Cesar Manuel Rodriguez Quintero, Maestria, Universidad de Guadalajara
Caracteristicas de la vida sexual de un grupo de mujeres menopausicas del area rural en Yucatan, Mexico
M.C. Lucila Polanco Reyes, CIR Dr. Hideyo Noguchi de la Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan/IMESEX
and Ana Lilia Franco Cruz; Thelma Canto de Cetina
Fri., 8:30 am – 10: 30 am
Sex and Research: Ways of Looking and Engaging
Room: Anguiano
Moderator: Jeffrey Parsons, PhD
Mind sex anónimos: Testimonios by Latino men from the Spanish-speaking Caribbean
Bianca Ivette Laureano, MA
Playboy Effect: Sex and fast cars as identity buffers in masculine men
David C. de Jong, BS, U of Rochester; Geoff MacDonald, PhD, U of Toronto
The use of sexual-enhancement drugs and other substances by college men: Who, what, and why?
Eddie Wright, BA; Charlene Muehlenhard, PhD; both of U of KS
Experimental vignettes in assessing alcohol-involved risky sexual decision-making: Evidence for external
validity
Kelly Forrest Kajumulo, MPH; Kelly Cue Davis, PhD; William H. George, PhD; all of U of WA
Consistency and change In club drug use of men who have sex with men in New York City, 2002-2007
David Pantalone, PhD, Suffolk U; David S. Bimbi, PhD; Catherine A. Holder, BA; Sarit A. Golub, PhD,
MPH; Jeffrey T. Parsons, PhD; all of Center for HIV/AIDS Educational Studies and Training, Hunter
College, City U of New York
Sexological worldview: Validation of the construct
Justin A. Sitron, EdD; Donald A. Dyson, PhD; both of Widener U
Fri., 8:30 am – 10:30 am
Sexual Selves: Moralities, Pleasures, and Desires
Room: Cuevas
Moderator: Brian DeVries, PhD
Nature of sexual morality
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14 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Zhana Vrangalova, BA; David Pizarro, PhD; Jegath Athilingam; all of Cornell U
The potential for genital piercings to increase sexual pleasure, satisfaction, and body image: Voices from
men and women with genital piercings.
Dayna (Fischtein) Henry, MSc, Rose Hartzell, MA, Bradley Blankenship, MA, Natalie Ingraham, MPH,
William Yarber, HSD. All of IN U; Marea Kinney, BA, Aesthetics Body Modification, Indianapolis, IN,
Richard Crosby, PhD, U of KY
The role of sexual arousal compatibility in committed couples’ relationship and sexual satisfaction
Kristen Mark, MSc; Robin Milhausen, PhD; Scott Maitland, PhD; all of U of Guelph
Agency and objectification in sexual fantasies: An exploration of sexual correlates
Heather J. Meggers, PhD, Birmingham-Southern College
Approach relationship goals and sexual desire
Emily A. Impett, PhD, U of CA at Berkeley
The evaluation of sexual desire: A view to gender differences
Osmo Kontula, PhD, Family Federation of Finland
Fri., 8:30 am – 10:30 am
Sexual Violence, Assault, and Rape
Room: Tamayo
Moderator: Zoe Peterson, PhD
Using standard abuse scales to detect abuse among sadomasochistic participants
Evelyn M. Comber, MHS, MPC, MA; Brad J. Sagarin, PhD; both of Northern IL U
Sexual function post rape: Why rape research should get rid of three little letters
Brianne Amato, BA, San Francisco State U
Perceptions of rape: Perpetrator motivation, relationship status and participant gender
DJ Angelone, PhD, Rowan U; Damon Mitchell, PhD, Central CT State U; Lisa Romano, MA, Rowan U
The psychosocial effects of rape on heterosexual and homosexual men
Alison Litvack, MA; DJ Angelone, PhD; Lauren Lucente; all of Rowan U
The influence of gender and race on sexual assault among high risk drinkers
Peter B. Anderson, PhD, Walden U; Riley Venable, PhD, TX Southern U, Anthony Kontos, PhD,
Humbolt State U, Larua McCormick, M.A., Walden U, Jennifer Fagan, PhD, Lamar U
Risk and protective factors for sexual violence perpetration against dating partners
Merle E. Hamburger, PhD; Kathleen Basile, PhD; both of Centers for Disease Control & Prevention;
Monica Swahn, PhD, Georgia State U
Fri., 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Symposium: Negotiating male sexuality and masculinity: Examining the
relationships between social context and sexual literacies
Room: Juárez
Virtually male: Gay men constructing gendered sexual selves in cyberspace
Robert Heasley PhD, Mark Wolfe; both of Indiana U of PA
“When I masturbated, I thought of foreign guys”: The significance of English in the lives of two Japanese gay
men
Marlen Harrison MA, Indiana U of PA
Rewriting the script of hetero-masculinity: How heterosexual males come to embrace homosexuality and
feminism
Phillip W. Schnarrs MA, Indiana U at Bloomington
CONCURRENT SESSIONS FOR CE: 8:30 am – 10:30 am
Fri., 8:30 am – 9:30 am
1 hour CE session Focus: General
Room: Morelos
Exploring Program Evaluation Issues In the Sexuality Arena
Michael Young, PhD - NM State U; George Denny, PhD, U of AR; David Seal, PhD, Medical College of
WI; Molly Laflin, PhD – Bowling Green State U
Fri., 8:30 am – 10:30 am
2 hour CE session Focus: therapy
Room: Hidalgo
Quality couple sex: Growth and satisfaction with “good-enough sex”
Michael E. Metz, PhD, Private practice
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15 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Fri., 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Special session for students and young professionals
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Making the most of qualitative data: An introduction for quantitative researchers
Jimmie Manning, PhD, Northern KY U; Dayna S. Henry, MSc, Indiana U
Fri., 9:30 am – 10:30 am
1 hour CE session Focus: General
Room: Morelos
Advancing advocacy: Techniques for the sexuality professional
Barnaby B. Barratt, PhD, DHS, Northcentral U
Fri., 10:30 am - 10:45 am
Posters Group 1 should have presenters at them
Room: Siqueiros
Fri., 10:30 am – 11:00 am
Break Please visit Posters and Exhibits
Room: Siqueiros
Fri., 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
PLENARY
1 hour CE session Focus: general
Room: Orozco/Rivera
International migration and the globalization of sexuality: What do we learn from the Mexican experience?
Hector Carrillo, PhD, Northwestern U
Moderator: Julie Wilgen PhD
Fri., 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Student Meeting and Luncheon for Students
Room: Terraza Pintores
All student registrants are invited to attend this luncheon with Presidents of SSSS.
Sponsored by Adam & Eve
Fri., 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Lunch on your own break and Regional Council Meetings
Meetings include: Eastern Regional Council (Tamayo), Midcontinent Regional Council (Cuevas), Western Regional Council
(Anguiano), International Members (O'Gorman)
Fri., 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
WINER PLENARY
1 hour CE session Focus: general
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Struggles for sexual rights and the emergence of new challenges in the study of sexuality
Gloria Careaga, MS, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico & General Co-secretary of ILGA
Moderator: Jean Levitan, PhD
Fri., 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Break Please visit Posters and Exhibits
Room: Siqueiros
CONCURRENT SESSIONS NOT FOR CE: 3:30pm - 5:00 pm
Fri., 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
SPANISH PAPERS SESSION II
Room: O’Gorman
Moderator: Osmar Matsui-Santana, ScDr
Modelo educativo: “Ayudando a mejorar la salud sexual y reproductiva de las y los adolescents y jovenes
rurales y periurbanos del Peru”
Ana Consuelo Alcantara Chavez, Movimiento Manuela Ramos
La percepcion que los padres de la poblacion tipica tienen acerca de las sexualidad de las personas con
discapacidad intelectual
Ziomara del Carmen Tuero Martinez, Maestria, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon
El Origen Del Virus Del Vih: Teorias Conspiracionales
Hiram Yañez, MD, Hospital Poliplaza Medica
Informando a las Mujeres Sobre el Vih/Sida en Yucatan, Mexico
Ligia Vera Gamboa, Especialidad; Pavía-Ruz N; Váladez-González N; Castro-Sansores C; Lara-Perera
D; Alonzo-Salomón Lg; Quintal-Ortiz I; all of Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan
Fri., 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Redefining Risks, Identities, and Categories
Room: Anguiano
Moderator: Christopher White, PhD
Exploring sex, risk, and pleasure among transgender men
Richard Garcia, BA, San Francisco State U
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
16 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context The association between the ability to delay reward with risky sexual behavior and drug use in HIV negative
men who have sex with men
William J. Kowalczyk, BS; Sarit Golub, PhD; Julia Tomassilli, MA; Jonathan BPhil Rendina; Corina
Lelutiu-Weinberger, PhD; Jeffrey Parsons, PhD; all of CHEST/Hunter College/Graduate Center CUNY
The relationship between law and health risk behavior in men who have sex with men: Year one results from
Silas Study
B.R. Simon Rosser, PhD; J. Michael Oakes, PhD; Rhonda Jones-Webb, DrPH; Sonya Brady, PhD; Dale
Carpenter, JD; Richard Weinmeyer, MPhil; Gabriel Anderson, BA; Lindsey Niswagner, BA; Brian Lee,
MPH; Gunna Kilian, BA; all of U of MN
Risk behavior heterogeneity: The utility of discrete categorizations
Derek J Smolenski, PhD, U of MN; Michael Ross, PhD, DrMedSci, U of TX Health Science Center
Houston; B. R. Simon Rosser, PhD, MPH, LP, U of MN
How do I regret sex? Let me count the ways
Patricia Barthalow Koch, PhD; Clinton Colaco, MBBS, MHA, MS; both of Penn State U
Fri., 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Youth Negotiating Sex and Sexuality
Room: Cuevas
Moderator: Julie Wilgen, PhD
Adolescent sex, age of debut, number of partners, and well-being
Zhana Vrangalova, BA; Ritch Savin-Williams, PhD; both of Cornell U
HIV positive youth: Negotiating sexual experiences: An exploratory study
Stephanie Hubbard, MA, San Francisco State U
“Throw ‘em an orgy”: sexual literacy around LGBTQ issues on the college campus
Stephanie Gilmore, PhD; Megan Yost, PhD; both of Dickinson College
Anti-gay victimization in schools and adolescent substance use
David M. Huebner, PhD, U of UT
Process evaluation of a gender-specific sexuality session for youth recently diagnosed with HIV
Diana Lemos, MPH; Sybil G. Hosek, PhD; both of John H. Stroger Jr., Hospital of Cook County
Fri., 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Cyber Sexualities
Room: Tamayo
Moderator: Nicholas Grosskopf, EdD
Predictors of internet sex-seeking among college students
Heather D. Blunt, MPH; Eric Buhi, PhD; Alison B. Oberne, MPH; Stephanie Marhefka, PhD; all of U of South FL
Difference between sexually active college who have and have not met sex partners online
Eric Buhi, PhD; Stephanie L. Marhefka, PhD; Alison B. Oberne, MPH; Hollie J. Fuhrmann, MA; Sarah A
Smith, BA; Heather D. Blunt, MPH; all of U of South FL
Cruising in cyberspace: An exploration of gay cultures in second life
Marik Xavier-Brier, BA, SFSU
Health seeking by men who use the internet to seek sex with men
J. Michael Wilkerson, PhD, B. R. Simon Rosser, PhD, MPH, LP; Gene. P. Danilenko, MS, MBA;
Katherine E. Nygaard, MPH; Keith J. Horvath, PhD, all of U of MN
You are now listed as ‘in a relationship’: How do young men and women experience dating and jealousy on
Facebook?
Amy Muise, MSc; Emily Christofides, MSc; Serge Desmarais, PhD; all of U of Guelph
Fri., 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Erotic Articulations: Definitions and Negotiations
Room: Juárez
Moderator: Emily Impett, PhD
Who came first? Orgasm sequence, sexual satisfaction, and reciprocity in heterosexual encounters
Kelsey Sewell, BA; Charlene Muehlenhard, PhD; both of U of KS
Pleasure and satisfaction associated with lubricants use during sexual activity
Kristen Jozkowski, MS; Debby Herbenick, PhD, MPH; Devon Hensel, PhD; Michael Reece, PhD, MPH;
Dennis Fortenberry, MS, MD; all of Indiana U
Condom ‘turn offs’ among adults: An exploratory study
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17 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context William L. Yarber, HSD; IN U at Bloomington; Richard Crosby, PhD, U of KY; Robin Milhausen, PhD, U
of Guelph; Stephanie Sanders, PhD, IN U at Bloomington; Cynthia Graham, PhD, U of Oxford
Articulating sexual health advocacy in terms of erotic freedom
Barnaby B. Barratt, PhD, DHS Northcentral U
Fri., 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Symposium: Risk, Sex and HIV+ Interventions
Room: Hidalgo
Addressing the HIV prevention needs of MTF transgender young adults: The evaluation of two unique
behavioral interventions
Amy Stauffer, MSW; Robert Garofalo, MD, MPH; NL Perez, MA; Lisa Kuhns, PhD, MPH; all of Howard
Brown Health Center; A. Margolis, MPH; R. Taylor, MPH; both of Center for Disease Control and
Prevention
Syndemic theory and HIV-related risk among young transwomen: The role of multiple, co-occurring health
problems
Julia Brennan, MSN-ANP, MSW; Amy Stauffer, MSW; Robert Garofalo, MD, MPH; Lisa Kuhns, PhD,
MPH; all of both of Howard Brown Health Center; Marvin Belzer, MD, Children’s Hospital of Los
Angeles; Erin Wilson, DrPH, U of CA - San Francisco
From their mouths to our ears: What young HIV+ women perceive to be their biggest challenges and what
they want from targeted interventions
Jennifer Brothers, MPH; Sybil Hosek, PhD, both of John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County
Correlates of correlates of risky sexual behavior among young urban lesbian and bisexual women
Lisa Kuhns, PhD, MPH, Howard Brown Health Center; Alicia K. Matthews, PhD, U of IL at Chicago;
Amy Herrick, MA, U of Pittsburgh; Rob Garofalo, MD, MPH; Amy Stauffer, MSW; Nicole Perez, MA; all
of Howard Brown Health Center
Condom errors and failures among young men who have sex with men: an analysis of frequency, differences
by race, and sources of hiv-related information
Steve N. DuBois, MA; Brian Mustanski, PhD; Robert Garofalo, MD, MPH; all of Howard Brown Health
Center
CONCURRENT SESSIONS FOR CE: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Fri., 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
1.5 hour CE session Focus: ethics
Room: Morelos
Beyond the IRB: Ethical issues in research with sexual minority populations
Juline Koken, PhD, CHEST
Fri., 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
1.5 hour CE session Focus: education
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Teaching human sexuality: Theoretical, ethical, and practical considerations
Brooke Wells, PhD, CHEST; Christopher White, PhD, San Francisco State U; Robin Milhausen, PhD, U
of Guelph
Fri., 5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
PRESIDENTIAL PLENARY
1 hour CE session: Focus: General
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Challenges in culture: Emotional literacy, training professionals, and learning
Konnie McCaffree, PhD, Widener U; SSSS President
Moderator: Herb Samuels, PhD
Sponsored by Sinclair Intimacy Institute
Fri., 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm
Student Research Session
Room: Juárez
Hosted by: Student Involvement Committee
This session is open for students to learn about research methods. Students will also have opportunities to
explore mentoring possibilities and discuss common research interests relevant to their experiences.
Fri., 7:15 pm – 8:15 pm
Student Meeting and Social
Room: Juárez
Sponsored by: San Francisco State University and Widener University
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18 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Saturday, November 7, 2009
8:00 am –11:00 am Registration open
8:00 am – 8:30 am Coffee break / Room: Siqueiros
2:15 pm – 6:00 pm Registration open
8:00 am – 4:00 pm Exhibits open / Room: Siqueiros
8:00 am – 10:00 am FSSS Board Meeting / Location: Hidalgo
Sat., 7:30 am – 8:00 am
Posters Group 2 set-up
Room: Siqueiros
The following posters will be set-up and available throughout the day for attendee viewing. Poster authors
are expected to be in attendance at their posters from 10:00 until 10:15 am
Poster A: Salud sexual y reproductiva en adolescentes de una comunidad rural de Yucatán
Andrés Santana Carvajal, MA; Yolanda Oliva Peña, MS; Rubén García Flores, Licenciatura en Medico
Cirujano; all of Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán
Poster B: Ethnic minority LBQ girls: HIV/AIDS and mental health. Can families be protective?
Erin Emerson, MA; Steve Garcia, BA; Brian Mustanski, PhD; all of U of IL at Chicago; Robert Garofalo,
MD, MPH, Howard Brown Health Center
Poster C: Shade in the scene: Exploring HIV-related stigma and agency connectivity in the New York City
House and Ball Community
GR Galindo, MPH, CHES, Columbia U
Poster D: Sexuality as a human right
Bianca L. Guzman, PhD; Nathalie Serna BA; Claudia Serrato, MA; Aida Feria BA; all of CA State at Los
Angeles
Poster E: The phenomenological parameters of human sexual experience
Gregory Holler, PhD, U of Phoenix at San Francisco
Poster F: Clustering of HIV risk behaviors in African American adolescents and the protective role of family
factors against risk
Michael E. Newcomb, MA; Brian S. Mustanski, PhD; Erin Emerson, MA; Kate Samuels, BA; all of U of IL
at Chicago
Poster G: The influence of instructional set and cognitive strategies in the control of female sexual arousal
Jacqueline M. Otto, BS; Kelly C. Davis, PhD; William H. George, PhD, Julia R. Heiman, PhD, Indiana U;
Rebecca L. Schacht; Kelly F. Kajumulo, MPH; Jeanette Norris, PhD, all of U of WA
Poster H: Sexuality education policies and their implication on college students’ knowledge about sexually
transmitted infections in Germany
Titilayo Okoror, PhD; Stephanie Saur, MS; both of Purdue U
Poster I: A mixed-methods approach to understanding the relationship between genital image selfconsciousness, body image self-consciousness and sexual wellness
Vanessa R Schick, M.Phil.; Sarah K. Calabrese, M.Phil; both of George Washington U
Poster J: Straight-identified men who express desire for sex with men and are not gay
Amanda L. Hoffman, BA, San Francisco State U; Hector Carrillo, DrPh, Northwestern U
CONCURRENT SESSIONS NOT FOR CE: 8:15 am – 9:45 am
Sat., 8:15 am – 9:45 am
SPANISH PAPERS SESSION III
Room: O’Gorman
Moderator: Gloria Careaga, MS
De la perversion laboral a la miseria sexual
Dra. Angélica Mancilla Amador
Conducta saludable versus autoeficacia en adolescents de Nuevo Leon
Fuensanta Lopez Rosales, Doctorado, UANL
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
19 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Abordaje holístico de la discriminación como parte de la alfabetización sexual: Resignificación del discurso y
la acción
Lucila Soriano Flores, MS, Someshi, AC
Mirando los intersticios, el desafio a las categorias
Gloria Careaga, MS, Facultad de Psicología. UNAM
Sat., 8:15 am – 9:45 am
(De)Constructions: Sex, Masculinities, and HIV/AIDS
Room: Anguiano
Moderator: Juline Koken, PhD
Between the lines - Sexual encounters and scripting in mainstream rap music
Kimberly A. Johnson , MPH; Sheryl McCurdy, PhD; both of U of TX-Houston
Constructions of masculinity among gay–and heterosexuality- identified Puerto Rico men; Implications for
risk behavior
David W. Seal, PhD; Marisa Green; both of Center for AIDS Intervention Research/MCW; Sheri L.
Dworkin, PhD, MS, U of CA at San Francisco
The history of homoerotic and clandestine sex in Mexico City. Another side of the cultural history of AIDS in
80’s.
Alberto Teutle López; Universidad Autonoma de Puebla
Promoting earlier HIV testing among gay men in Vancouver BC, Canada
Josephine MacIntosh, PhD, U of British Columbia
Sexual behavior, sexual stigmatization attachment, and relationship quality in gale male couples who parent
Stephen L. Forssell, PhD, George Washington U; Rachel Fair, MA; Charlotte Patterson, PhD; both of U
of VA
Sat., 8:15 am – 9:45 am
Sexuality Education: Approaches and Evaluations
Room: Cuevas
Moderator: Jose Nanin, EdD
A tale of 29 districts: Sex education policy in Pennsylvania
Maryjo M. Oster, BA, PA State U
Parent-child communication concerning sexuality and other health topics
Michael Young, PhD; Mohammad Hussain, PhD; Ethel Saryee, BS; all of NM State U
HIV/AIDS education in schools: Professional roles and responsibilities
Jay Sweifach, DSW, Yeshiva U; Heidi Heft-LaPorte, DSW, Lehman College at New York
Nordic sex education: A case of Finland
Osmo Kontula, PhD, Family Federation of Finland
Qualitative assessment of a peer-led risk reduction program for transgender women
David S. Bimbi, PhD; Juline A. Koken, PhD, Alex Weissman, BA; Eda Inan, BA; Jeffrey T. Parsons, PhD;
all of CHEST, City U of New York
Sat., 8:15 am – 9:45 am
Shifting Paradigms in Sexuality Research
Room: Tamayo
Moderator: William Stayton, ThD, MDiv
Significance of physiotherapy interventions in treatment of sexual dysfunctions: A critical review
Tarun Amalnerkar, MPT, Masterskill U; Karthikeyan Karthumbi, MPT, MHASA; Swapneela Jacob, MPT,
Masterskill U; Joel Anison, MPT; Choithram College of Physiotherapy
Systems changes to promote sexual literacy
Peter F. Freeman, BA, Children’s Memorial Hospital; Grisel Robles-Schrader, BA, DePaul U; Jonathan Ellen,
MD, John Hopkins Medical Institute
Integrating biological and sociocultural perspectives on human sexuality: The contribution of analytical philosophy
Matthew Stief, MA, Cornell U
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
20 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Use of a sex diary to examine the relationship among affect, sexual behaviors, and partner characteristics
among HIV-positive MSM
Patrick A. Wilson, PhD; Pamela Valera, PhD; Stephanie Cook, MPH; all of Columbia U
Sat., 8:15 am – 9:45 am
Symposium: Developmental experiences and their association with adult sexuality
Room: Juárez
Sexual self-schema following childhood physical and sexual abuse: Assessing the impact of trauma-related
distress, cognitions, and emotions in a clinical sample
Leah Blain, BA; Tara Galovski, PhD, both of U of MO-St. Louis
Validation of the Traumatic Sexualization Survey in two samples of heterosexual men
Ethan McCallum, Tiffany Mueller, and Zoe D. Peterson, PhD, all of U of MO-St. Louis
The mediating effects of emotion regulation on the relationship between childhood maltreatment and risky sexual
behavior
Tiffany Mueller, BA, and Zoe D. Peterson, PhD, all of U of MO-St. Louis
Sexual risk-taking behavior as a function of attachment style, emotional dysregulation and sex motives in college
students
Emily E. Silverman, MA, and Zoe D. Peterson, PhD, all of U of MO-St. Louis
CONCURRENT SESSIONS FOR CE: 8:15 am – 9:45 am
Sat., 8:15 am – 9:45 am
1.5 hours CE Session Focus: general
Room: Morelos
Sexual wisdom of women in the baby boomer generation and beyond
Carol Rinkleib Ellison, PhD, Private Practice; Anita P. Hoffer, PhD; Institute for Advanced Study of Human
Sexuality
Sat., 8:15 am – 9:45 am
1.5 hours CE Session Focus: general
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Sexuality and aging: A focus on gay and lesbian and long-term care issues
Brian de Vries, PhD, San Francisco State U
Sat., 9:45 am - 10:00 am
Posters Group 2 - presenters must be present in room
Room: Siqueiros
Sat., 9:45 am - 10:15 am
Break Please visit Posters and Exhibits
Room: Siqueiros
Sat., 10:15 am – 11:15 am
PLENARY
1 hour CE session Focus: general
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Is same-sex sexuality a dynamical system? Does it matter?
Lisa Diamond, PhD, U of UT, 2008 Winner of the Ira Reiss Award
Moderator: Betsy Crane, PhD
The SSSS Board of Directors wish to thank you for attending. Please make sure to
fill out the conference evaluation form and return it to the registration desk.
Special thanks to our Student Ambassadors, National Sexuality Resource Center
and the Universidad de Guadalajara
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21 Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context 2009 Annual Congress Sat., 11:15 am – 12:00 pm
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Special Session: SSSS Awards
Host: Konnie McCaffree, PhD, SSSS President
Distinguished Scientific Achievement Award
Sandra Byers, PhD
Presented by Naomi McCormick, PhD
SSSS Fellow
Bean Robinson, PhD
Presented by Naomi McCormick, PhD
Distinguished Service to SSSS
Patricia Barthalow Koch, PhD and John Delamater, PhD
Presented by William Yarber, PhD, and Cynthia Graham, PhD
SSSS 2009 Public Service Award
Mariela Castro Espin
Presented by Osmar Matsui-Santana, ScDr
Beigel Awards
2007 – Zoe Peterson, PhD & Charlene Muehlenhard, PhD: Wantedness” of Women’s Consensual
and Nonconsensual Sexual Experiences: Implications for How Women Label their Experiences with Rape
2008 – Julie Albright, PhD: Sex in America Online: An Exploration of Sex, Marital Status, and Sexual
Identity in Internet Sexseeking and its Impacts
Presented by John DeLamater, PhD
Andrew Mattison and David McWhirter
Outstanding Student Paper Award
Presented by Kristen Jozkowski, MS & Amy Muise, MSc
FSSS 2009 Awards
Ira Reiss Award: Deanna Carpenter, PhD; Erick Janssen, PhD; Cynthia Graham, PhD; Harrie Vorst, PhD; Jelte
Wicherts, PhD: Women's Scores on the Sexual Inhibition/Sexual Excitation Scales (SIS/SES): Gender Similarities and
Differences. The Journal of Sex Research 45(1):36-48
Bullough Book Award: Regina Kunzel, Criminal Intimacy: Prison and the Uneven History of Modern American
Sexuality, The University of Chicago Press, 2008
2009 Student Research Grants
FSSS awards presented by Betsy Crane, PhD; FSSS President
Change of SSSS officers
Sat., 12:15 pm – 1:45 pm
LUNCHEON ON THE LAWN
The SSSS luncheon this year will be served at tables outdoors so you can enjoy the lawn areas around
the various hotel pools and terraces. When you are done eating, please take time to relax at exhibits.
Guest tickets are available for purchase at registration.
Sat., 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
PLENARY
1 hour CE session Focus: general
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Building a sexually literate world: Where is the world on the global priorities for sexual health?
Eusebio Rubio-Aurioles, MD, PhD
Past-President. World Association for Sexual Health (WAS)
Director. Asociacion Mexicana para la Salud Sexual, A..C (AMSSAC)
Moderator: Patricia Koch, PhD
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22 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Sat., 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Break Please visit posters and exhibits
Room: Siqueiros
CONCURRENT SESSIONS NOT FOR CE 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Sat., 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
(In)Visible Sexualities: Disclosure, Perception, and Discrimination
Room: Juárez
Moderator: David Frost, PhD
Predictors of acceptance of parents who disclose a homosexual identity
Julia A. Puckett, BA; Frank Muscarella, PhD; Linda Bacheller, PsyD, JD; all of Barry U
How gay men, lesbians and bisexuals perceive discrimination: personal/group discrimination discrepancy
Sharika Mohammed, MS, Guillermo Wated, PhD; Frank Muscarella, PhD; all of Barry U
Gender has more impact than ethnicity on the perception of the social implications of a past homosexual
relationship
Frank Muscarella, PhD, Barry U
Presenting bisexual lives: Creating bisexual visibility through art
Jack Mohr, BA, San Francisco State U
Relational perceptions of top, bottom, and versatile for gay, lesbian, and bisexual individuals
Jimmie Manning, PhD, Northern KY U
Communicating sexual identities: A model and typology of coming out conversations
Jimmie Manning, PhD, Northern KY U
Sat., 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
What it means to ‘Know’: Power and Consequence
Room: Anguiano
Moderator: Justin Sitron, EdD
Revealing biopower in sexually transmitted infections testing for men who have sex with men: A case study
of initiatives in Ontario, Canada
Sarah Chown, BPAPM, Carleton U
Navigating sexual orientation and disclosure within African American and Hispanic lesbians’ families
Monique G. Carry, MA, Emory U
The impact of HIV stigma on psychosexual well-being
Julia C. Tomassilli, MA; Sarit A. Golub, MPH, PhD; both of CHEST, City U of New York
Exploring the relationship between emotional well being and partner selection for HIV-positive MSM in New York City
Stephanie Cook, MPH; Patrick Wilson, PhD; both of Columbia U
Adaptation of an evidence-based intervention, community PROMISE, for HIV-Positive African American men
who have sex with men in Minneapolis/St. Paul
Autumn Hamilton, HSD, MN State U; Bean Robinson, PhD; U of MN; Jennifer Galbraith, PhD; Centers
for Disease Control
A qualitative evaluation of a program to train HIV-positive Latina and Non-Latina Women as community
health educators
Stephen L. Forssell, PhD, George Washington U; Lesley Green-Rennis, MPH, EdD, Borough of
Manhattan Community College
Sat., 3:30 pm– 5:30 pm
Youth Negotiating Sex and Sexuality II
Room: Cuevas
Moderator: Eric Buhi, PhD
Heterosexuals’ sexual self-efficacy: The impact of experience with first sexual intercourse and sexual self-schemas
Allison Keyser, BA; Megan R. Yost, PhD; both of Dickinson College
Youth sexual scripts in Edo State, Nigeria: Implications for HIV prevention
Jessica Penwell Barnett, MA, U of Windsor
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
23 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context When two isn't better than one: Predictors of early sexual activity in adolescence using a cumulative risk model
Myeshia N. Price, MS; Janet S. Hyde, PhD; both of U of WI-Madison
Risky sexual behavior of students studying abroad
Jenna Smith, MA; DJ Angelone, PhD; Ashley Schaffer; all of Rowan U
Sexual scripts among young heterosexually-active men
Diane M. Morrison, PhD; Darrel H. Higa, PhD; Elizabeth Wells, PhD; Marilyn J. Hoppe, PhD; Erin Casey,
PhD; Tatiana Masters, PhD, MSW; Blair Beadnell, PhD; all of U of WA-Seattle
Sat., 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Symposium: Youth and Sexual Identities
Room: Tamayo
Situational predictors of risky sex in an ethnically diverse sample of young men who have sex with men: an
event-level analysis
Michael E. Newcomb, MA; Brian S. Mustanski, PhD; both of U of IL at Chicago; Robert Garofalo, MD,
MPH, Howard Brown Health Center
The intersectionality of ethnicity/race and sexual orientation in the coming-out process among urban young
men who have sex with men
Steve Garcia, MA; Brian, Mustanski, PhD; Tom Lyons, PhD; all of U of IL at Chicago
The presence and availability of role models among LGBT youth
Robert Garofalo, MD, MPH; Lisa Kuhns, PhD; both of Howard Brown Health Center; Brian Mustanski,
PhD; Michael Newcomb, MA; both of U of IL at Chicago
Project Q2: Recruiting GLBT youth using respondent driven sampling
Kate Samuels, BA; Louisa Bigelow, BA; Brian Mustanski, PhD; all of U of IL at Chicago; Robert
Garofalo, MD, MPH, Howard Brown Health Center
A mixed methods study of the online sexual health behaviors and needs of ethnically diverse LGBT youth
Brian Mustanski, PhD; Louisa Bigelow, BA; Steve Garcia, MA; all of U of IL at Chicago
Sat., 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Special Session in English and Spanish
Room: O’Gorman
Heterofobia, creacion de una discriminacion (Creating discrimination: Heterophobia)
Rinna Riesenfeld, MS, El Armario Abierto; Luis Perelman, Certified Sexuality Educator
CONCURRENT SESSIONS FOR CE: 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm and 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Sat., 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
1 hour CE session Focus: General
Room: O’Gorman
Sexuality literacy: Risk, addiction, and harm reduction
Mark O. Bigler, PhD, Weber State U; Peter B. Anderson, PhD, Walden U
Sat., 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
2 hours CE session Focus: education
Room: Morelos
Reproductive rights in the 21st century: Exploring the complexities in the college classroom
Jean Levitan, PhD, William Paterson U of NJ
Sat., 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
2 hours CE session Focus: therapy
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Fundamentals of sex therapy: Principles and practice for the new sex therapist
Chris F. Fariello, PhD, LMFT; Institute for Sex Therapy
Sat., 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Sexual Attitude Reassessment (SAR) in English Part 1
Room: Hidalgo
Jose Nanin, EdD, CHES, Kingsborough Community College & Center for HIV/AIDS Educational Studies
and Training, City U of New York; Tonya Cherry, MA, ACS, Kingsborough Community College, City U of
New York
This session is available for earning continuing education. You may also attend if you do not want continuing education.
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
24 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context There are a total of 10 hours over two days. You must attend Part 1 to attend Part 2 on Sunday.
Sat., 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm
NAFSO PLENARY
1 hour CE session Focus: General
Room: Orozco/Rivera
Sexuality education in Brazil: An e-learning experience
Sergio Carrera, PhD, U of the State of Rio de Janeiro and Maria Luisa Heilborne, PhD; Federal U Rio
Moderator: Jeanette Norris, PhD
Mexican Fiesta Beach Party
Sponsored by:
Foundation for the Scientific Study of Sexuality
Saturday, November 7th, 7:00 pm
Join in the fun at the beach! Games, networking, bonfire, and much, much more.
This beach party is part of an ongoing effort by FSSS to garner support for research
and services for FSSS.
Tickets are available at registration.
All payments must be made with a credit card.
Sunday, November 8, 2009
8:00 am - 11:00 am Registration is open
8:00 am – 8:30 am Coffee break / location: registration
8:00 am - 10:00 am SSSS New Board of Directors Meeting / Location: Orozco
CONCURRENT SESSIONS NOT FOR CE 8:15 am – 10:15 am
Sun., 8:15 am – 10:15 am
Women’s Sexuality
Room: O’Gorman
Moderator: Brooke Wells, PhD
Female sexualities in film
Lisa J. Byers, MA, McMaster U
Cognitive processing of sexual print advertisements in women: Examining implicit and explicit attitudes
Jessica D. Freeman, MA; Paul Bolls, PhD; Christina Segalo, BA; Tadao Leunammachack, BA; Megan
Hutson, BA; all of U of MO
Women methamphetamine users’ sexual experiences
Alison B. Hamilton, PhD, UCLA; Nicholas E. Goeders, PhD, LA State U at Shreveport
Keeping it real: Women’s authenticity, relationship quality and daily condom use in dating relationships
Emily A. Impett, PhD, U of CA at Berkeley
Operationalizing female sexual agency and investigating its associations with sexual frequency and condom use
N. Tatiana Masters, MS, U of WA
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
25 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context “I want to tell them something real”: A qualitative study of young women’s learning and teaching about
sexuality
N. Tatiana Masters, MS, U of WA
Sun., 8:15 am – 10:15 am
Sexual Abuse and Assault: Developmental Perspectives
Room: Anguiano
Moderator: Robin Milhausen, PhD
“I don’t like how everyone thinks that we must be so fragile; it is just one part of my life”: A qualitative investigation of
the adult sexual lives of young women (18-28 years) who identify as survivors of child sexual abuse
Georgia Ovenden, BS; Moira Carmody, PhD; both of U of Western Sydney
Dissociation as a moderator of post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms and sexual concerns
Leah Blain, BA; Amanda Fisher; Tara E. Galovski, PhD; all of U of MO
Sexual coercion victimization and perpetration in heterosexual couples: A dyadic perspective
Mélanie M. Brousseau, MA, Université du Québec à Montréal; Sophie Bergeron, PhD, Université de
Montréal; Martine Hébert, PhD, Université du Québec à Montréal
Developmental trajectories in children victims of sexual abuse
Martine Hébert, PhD, Université du Québec à Montréal
Childhood sexual abuse: Sexual aversion and sexual self-schemas in women
Nicole Hive, BA; Frank Muscarella, PhD; Stephen Koncsol, PhD; all of Barry U
Sexual assaults among college women: The role of perpetrator relationship and alcohol
Kathleen A. Parks, PhD; Ya-Ping Hsieh, PhD; both of U at Buffalo
Sun., 8:15 am – 10:15 am
At the Intersections: Sexuality, Race, and Ethnicity
Room: Cuevas
Moderator: Julie Wilgen, PhD
Narratives of racial sexual preference in gay men
Jason Lee Crockett, MA, U of AZ
Sexual risk and sexual inhibition: An analysis of ethnic differences between Asian Americans, African
Americans, and Caucasian Americans
Hong V. Nguyen, BS; Kelly Cue Davis, PhD; Kelly Koo, MS; Christian S. Hendershot, MS; Rebecca L.
Schacht, MS; Amanda K. Gilmore, BA; William H. George, PhD; Jeanette Norris, PhD; all of U of WA;
Julia R. Heiman, PhD, The Kinsey Institute; Susan A. Stoner, PhD, Talaria, Inc.
Sexual communications and negotiations regarding family planning among Mexicans in New York
Debra Pelto, MPhil, Columbia U
Mind sex anonimos: Testimonios by Latino men from the Spanish-speaking Caribbean
Bianco Ivette Laureano, MS
Sex education: The secret of Asian-American adolescent pregnancy
Charlene Bumanglag Tomás, MA, Gwirtz Graduate School of Education, UCSB
South Korean women’s communication with heterosexual partners about sexual discrepancies
MoonSook Son, MA; Lynne M. Webb, PhD; Myria W. Allen, PhD; Patricia Amason, PhD; all of U of AR
Sun., 8:15 am – 10:15 am
Exploring Sexuality: Ideologies, Stereotypes and Norms
Room: Tamayo
Moderator: TBD
Political ideology and religious affiliation differences in sexual morality
Jegath Athilingam; Zhana Vrangalova, BA; David Pizarro, PhD; all of Cornell U
Do men ever say no to sex? Questioning stereotypes about sexual gatekeeping
Lauren Brian, BA; Charlene Muehlenhard, PhD; both of U of KS
Satisfaction with and importance of sex life and exercise among wheelchair users
Jill Nesbitt, MA; Katherine Froehlich-Grobe, PhD; Charlene Muehlenhard, PhD; all of U of KS
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
26 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Sexual desire in postpartum women: A comparative study among stay-at-home and working mothers
Tiffanie L. Davis-Henry, MA, Widener U
An evaluation of the STD profiles and safe sex practices of a sample of swingers
Edward M. Fernandes, PhD, Barton College
CONCURRENT SESSIONS FOR CE: 8:15 am -10:15 am
Sun., 8:15 am – 10:15 am
2 hour CE session Focus: education
Room: Juárez
Religion and sexuality: The moral and scriptural implications of sexuality education and religion
Sabitha Pillai-Friedman, PhD, LCSW, Institute for Sex Therapy; William H. Stayton, ThD, PhD,
Morehouse College of Medicine
Sun., 8:15 am – 10:15 am
2 hour CE session Focus: general
Room: Morelos
One hundred years of sexual health films
Mark Schoen, CEO SexSmartFilms
Sun., 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
SAR in English—Part 2
Room: Hidalgo
This session is only open to attendees who attended Part 1 on Saturday. A one-hour break will be provided
during this time for people to get lunch and continue their learning.
10:15 am – 10:45 am
BREAK
CONCURRENT SESSIONS NOT FOR CE: 10:45 am – 12:00 pm
Sun., 10:45 am – 12:00 pm
Advancements in Research
Room: O’Gorman
Moderator: Walter Bockting, PhD
An Investigation of Domestic Violence in Gay Male Couples
Avery Brow, U of MD-Baltimore County
Transitioning: Male to Female, Female to Male
Mary Ann Watson, PhD; Layton Seth Curl, PhD; both of Metropolitan State College of Denver
Gender differences in sexual activities and sexual satisfaction among southern California swingers
Gregory Holler, PhD, U of Phoenix at San Francisco
Variations in perceptions of sexual misconduct by gender
Ilsa Lottes, PhD; Erick Geil; both of U of MD-Baltimore County
Sun., 10:45 am – 12:00 pm
Symposium: The effects of sexual victimization and alcohol
consumption on women’s sexual decisions: qualitative and quantitative approaches
Room: Anguiano
The role of sexual and nonsexual violence victimization in women’s likelihood of sexual risk taking
Michele R. Parkhill; Jeanette Norris, PhD; Kelly Cue Davis, PhD; all of U of Washington, Tina Zawacki, U
of TX, San Antonio; Diane M. Morrison; William H. George; both of U of Washington.
Effects of rape history and intoxication on assertive condom negotiation behavior
Tina Zawacki, PhD; Sarah Gomillion, BA; Meghan Chance, MS; all of U of TX at San Antonio
Risky sexual behaviors and sexual arousal in women: Differences based on sexual victimization history
Amanda K. Gilmore, BA; Rebecca L. Schacht, MS; Kelly Cue Davis, PhD; Hong V. Nguyen, BS; William
H George, PhD, Julia R. Heiman, PhD, Kinsey Institute; Jeanette Norris, PhD, Susan A. Stoner, PhD, all
others of U of WA
“I would have done it anyway”: Relationship potential, intoxication, and sexual decision making in young
female drinkers
Michele P. Andrasik, PhD; Jennifer Doucet, MA; Jacqueline M. Otto, BS; Lauren D. Burris, BA; Amanda
K. Gilmore, BA; Hong Nguyen, BS; all of U of WA
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27 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Sun., 10:45 am – 12:00 pm
What does it mean to be sexually active? Gender, college, and the internet
Room: Cuevas
Moderator: Christopher White, PhD
Gender and sexual orientation differences in the frequency of online sexual activities: Implications for
relationship and sexual satisfaction
Karen L. Blair, MSc; Caroline Pukall, PhD; both of Queen’s U
Gender and gender role differences in perceptions of sexual activities
Laura Goins, BA; Luis Garcia, PhD; both of Rutgers U
Heterosexual students’ experience with arousal-oriented online sexual activity: more sex or different sex?
Krystelle Shaughnessy, MSc; Sandra Byers, PhD; both of U of New Brunswick
Beginning or maintaining relationships via keyboard technology
Michael McGee, MEd, World Association for Sexual Health
Sun., 10:45 am – 12:00 pm
Condoms and Compulsivity
Room: Tamayo
Moderator: Cynthia Graham, PhD
Men and women’s reasons for not using a condom when they wanted to use one but their partner didn’t
Basak Efe, MA; Charlene Muehlenhard, PhD; both of U of KS
How do Canadian university students define casual sexual relationships? Results from a focus group study
Leah LeBlanc, BA; Robin Milhausen, PhD; John Sakaluk; Leah Todd, BA; all of U of Guelph
The role of sexual compulsivity in casual sexual partnerships among college women
Nathan W. Stupiansky, PhD; Michael Reece, PhD; Susan E. Middlestadt, PhD; Peter Finn, PhD;
Catherine Sherwood-Laughlin; HSD; all of IN U
DSM-IV-TR paraphilias and risk for re-offense
Jan Looman, PhD; Jeffrey Abracen, PhD; both of Correctional Service of Canada
-Sun., 10:45 am – 12:00 pm
Symposium: Advancements in Research on Sexual Minority Stress
Room: Juárez
Same-Sex Couples’ Experiences of Intimacy and Minority Stress: A Narrative Perspective
David M Frost, PhD, San Francisco State U
The Sexual Minority Stress Scale: Development of a new measure
Matthew D. Skinta, PhD, U of CA- San Francisco
Queering Passing: An Exploration of Passing Among GLBQ Individuals
Rachel Verni, MA, City U of NY
Sun., 10:45 am – 12:00 pm
Sex Work: Thinking about research, risk, and well-being
Room: Orozco
Moderator: David Bimbi, PhD
The regulation of adult sex work in Canada: its impact on the health, safety, and well-being of women and
men working in the industry
Frances M. Shaver, PhD, Concordia U; Jacqueline Lewis, PhD, Windsor U
Sexual risk taking among transgender women: Personal reflections and community insights
Juline A. Koken, PhD; David S. Bimbi, PhD; Eda Inan, BA; Alex Weissman, BA; Jeffrey T. Parsons, PhD;
all of CHEST, City U of NY
Things you wouldn’t know just from looking at her: Independent escorts’ strategies for coping with sex work
related stigma
Juline A. Koken, PhD, CHEST, NDRI
Sex tourism
Andrea Parrot, PhD, Cornell U
CONCURRENT SESSIONS FOR CE 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
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28 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context Sun., 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
1 hour CE session Focus: general
Room: Morelos
Logic modeling for sexual health promotion
Nicholas A. Grosskopf, EdD, CHES, City U of NY
Sun., 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
1 hour CE session Focus: education
Room: Rivera
Breaking the ice: Ideas for the first day of human sexuality class
Martha Rosenthal, PhD, FL Gulf Coast U
Sun., 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
CLOSING SESSION
Gil Herdt, PhD and Osmar Matsui-Santana, ScDr thank you for attending our 2009 Congress
Herb Samuels, PhD, SSSS President 2009-2010 Invites you to Las Vegas, NV for the 2010 Meeting
Sun., 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
POST-CON 2 hour CE session Focus: general
Room: Morelos
“Beyond white”: An innovative interactive real-time learning session to support SSSS’s commitment to
diversity and inclusion of and for sexuality educators, counselors, therapists, and researchers
Judith Steinhart, EdD; Mariotta Gary-Jones, MPH; Ariele Le Grand, MA; Jenni Skyler, PhD; Bethany
Stevens, Esq. all in private practice
2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
29 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context SSSS Wishes to Thank the following Special Supporters
Thank you, Mandy, for your dedication—SSSS Board of Directors Winston Wilde, DHS Pat, Jean, Mark, Herb, Konnie—Long­time friends and SSSSers Robert Friar, Physiologist, Ferris State University, MI Vaginismus Rx ­Peter Pacik, MD, FACS­PlasticSurgeryPA.com Best wishes SSSS attendees­­Sharon McNeely, PhD Thanks for the mentorship, SSSS—Robin Milhausen, PhD Thanks for the support and friendship—Bill Yarber, PhD Betsy Crane and Robert Heasley Ray Noonan, PhD, SexQuest.com, FIT/SUNY, NYC Continued Success to SSSS! Janet Rosenzweig, CSE, PhD, MPA KINSEYCONFIDENTIAL.ORG for Q&A, podcasts, blogs & weekly college news ~This is how Canadians do it ~ CSRF at SSSS! Jan Cioe Relationships & Desire – obgyn.ca/sexualhealth alta­glamour.com for scientific, historical works Want a mental orgasm? Chelsie Reed, LPC www.capsllc.com Thanks to 33 SSSS leaders for trust in Kinsey Library Ginger Bush, MSW; AASECT President Julie Mapes Wilgen, PhD; University of Delaware In memory of Sol Gordon, do a mitzvah for SSSS! Carol Cassell SISTER – Seattle Institute for Sex Therapy, Education & Research 2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
30 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context SSSS Continuing Education Information
CERTIFICATES OF ATTENDANCE: If you complete the paperwork, SSSS will issue you a Certificate of Attendance for the
conference program. The Certificate of Attendance is awarded, at no additional cost, for attendance only and does not imply
evaluation of learning.
CE INTENT: CE is intended to meet the needs of professionals with terminal degrees. Anyone from the press is allowed to
attend CE session(s) only with permission of the CE Director, and the presenter(s). SSSS maintains the right to refuse
admission to anyone whom we deem unqualified to attend. It is the professional's responsibility to determine the acceptability
of these programs for specific licensure or certification needs. Anyone arriving 10 minutes or more late for the start of a CE
session will not earn CE. Contact the SSSS office for information about refunds and other CE policies.
PRECONFERENCE CE: These sessions require full payment by the advance registration deadline. Even if you are not
earning CE, you need to pre-register if you are going to attend any Preconference CE session
DURING CONFERENCE CE: These sessions are included in the registration fee. If a room fills beyond capacity, CE creditearners are given first priority for session attendance.
APPROVAL BY PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS FOR SSSS TO OFFER CE:
SSSS strives to maintain approvals to offer CE from professional sponsor-approval organizations. We have to adhere to their
criteria. In all CE sessions, as noted in the program, participants must sign in and out, complete a participant's satisfaction
form, and complete an assessment of learning to earn a CE attendance document. SSSS does not condone, recommend, or
support any products mentioned in any CE sessions. SSSS maintains responsibility for the program.
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AASECT: SSSS is approved by the Professional Education Committee of the American Association of Sex Educators,
Counselors, and Therapists to offer Continuing Education Credit. These C.E.s may be applied toward AASECT certification and
renewal of certification.
PSYCHOLOGISTS: SSSS is approved by the American Psychological Association) to sponsor continuing education for
psychologists. SSSS maintains responsibility for the program and its content.
FLORIDA PSYCHOLOGISTS: SSSS is approved by the Florida Board of Psychology to provide continuing education for
psychologists. Provider 50-1805.
NATIONAL BOARD FOR CERTIFIED COUNSELORS: SSSS is approved to offer continuing education for National Certified
Counselors. We adhere to NBCC Continuing Education Guidelines. Provider Number 5926. Ten contact hours are equivalent
to one CEU. See our website for the NBCC areas covered in each CE session.
CALIFORNIA MFT and LCSW RELICENSURE: SSSS is approved to offer CE for MFTs and LCSW licensure requirements in
California by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences under Provider Number: PCE 2753.
CALIFORNIA NURSES: SSSS is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider #13479. SSSS maintains
responsibility for the program. The CE–earner is responsible to maintain attendance records for four years.
FLORIDA MFTS, MHCs: SSSS is approved by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and
Mental Health Counseling of the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration as a provider of Continuing Education for
Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Mental Health Counselors. Provider #BAP568.
FLORIDA SEX THERAPISTS: SSSS is approved by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy,
and Mental Health Counseling to provide Sex Therapist Continuing Education. Provider # BAP568.
TEXAS MFTs: SSSS is approved by the Texas Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists to provide continuing
education activities for marriage and family therapists. Provider # 111.
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For specific CE information not covered above, please contact Sharon McNeely at ssss_ce@yahoo.com 2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
31 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context 2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
32 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context 2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
33 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context 2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
34 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context The American Institute of Bisexuality is a charitable nonprofit corporation. AIB encourages, supports and assists research and education about bisexuality through programs likely to make a material difference and enhance public knowledge and awareness. AIB also sponsors the Journal of Bisexuality, a quarterly academic journal. www.bisexual.org 2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
35 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context 2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
36 2009 Annual Congress Sexual Literacy: Health and Rights in Cultural Context 2009 Annual Congress | November 5th – 8th, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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