Original black and white print from Heather Corinna
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- 65 USD to vassar72
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- 4 - Bid History
This beautiful original print is from, by (and also featuring) Heather Corinna of Scarleteen. The print is 8 x 10, black and white, printed on archival quality photo paper. The original (not the print) is a collage made of only two pieces of the same print, with each piece developed different tonally. The frame is 10 x 13, including a matte.
Heather Corinna is an activist, writer, artist, teacher and community organizer. She has been widely recognized as a pioneer of both women's and young adult sexuality information and education online, having brought inclusive, feminist, creative and comprehensive sexuality content to the web and beyond since 1997.Heather has also been a sexuality, contraception and abortion educator and counselor for the Cedar River Clinics/Feminist Women's Health Center, and the director of the CONNECT teen outreach and education program in Seattle which serves transient/homeless youth, reproductive health patients, high school and college students and others. She is on the editorial board of the American Journal of Sexuality Education, a writer and contributing editor for the 2011 edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves, was a 2010- 2012 member of the Board of Directors for NARAL Pro-Choice Washington, and her young adult sexuality advice is syndicated at RH Reality Check.
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