Taking place once every three years, Women Deliver is the world’s largest conference dedicated to the rights, health and equality of girls and women.
Join award-winning educator Twanna Hines, along with the staff of the Tool Shed and other local storytellers, as they share tales about the things they wish they'd been told about sex and relationships, as well as exciting truths they've learned along the way. These stories — at turns hilarious, poignant, and compelling — celebrate the joys, wonders, and complexities of our bodies and relationships, while highlighting the importance of ongoing sex education throughout our lives.
Contributors to the United Nations-inspired "Principle to Practice: Implementing the Principles for Digital Development" guidebook gathered in Washington, DC, to brainstorm, share experiences, gather insights, and pose questions. During the event, Twanna led a talk about the digital divide, gender and sexuality.
The Longest Shortest Time Guests Twanna Hines and Dr. Hilda Hutcherson deliver a racy Q&A on sex and parenthood with...
Twanna joins HuffPost Live to dish on the hook ups, run-ins, and carnal fun when Fleet Week takes Manhattan.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company's "Lights Rise on Grace" is just too juicy to exit the theater before enjoying a brief post-show chat with award-winning educator and sex columnist Twanna A. Hines.
Twanna presented the closing keynote and interviewed Phil Harvey—founder of Population Services International (PSI).
Enough with boring gender integration events for Women's History Month. Time for something different! Check out this DC-based happy hour networking and launch extravaganza, and the tandem Tanzania-based launch event.
Twanna explains how comical, fully-clothed, mimed performances might actually deliver sex education to adults who need it.
The San Miguel Storytellers is a non-profit community organization dedicated to passing down the oral tradition of storytelling in both English and Spanish to future generations in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Twanna was an invited speaker at the inaugural San Miguel International Storytelling Festival, which brought storytellers from all over the globe to Mexico.
Whether French or English is your mother tongue, you’ll enjoy this light-hearted, feel-good workshop about the politics and pleasure of smooching.
Women like casual sex. To explain exactly how and why, Twanna appeared on the Daily Drum, a daily news program featuring national and local stories hosted by journalist Harold Fisher and broadcast on 96.3 FM and Sirius/XM Channel 141.
Think Air Guitar, but instead of pretending to play a musical instrument, participants pretend to have sexual encounters with an imaginary partner (or partners).
Open your eyes: young people need access to the facts about BDSM as much as adults do
"Internationally syndicated sex writer and educator Twanna A. Hines, whose solo show I Füçkèð Your Country has been one of the big hits of this festival ..."
A sex storytelling show by Twanna A. Hines at the 9th Annual Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, D.C.
Millennials who are in long-term relationships and aren't having a lot of sex. Twanna explains why.
So what's the fascination behind soccer? Twanna talks about soccer players' sex appeal.
Empower young girls to become leaders and mentor female educators through teacher training programs. Front page, feature article.
Headlined event in a series of weekly speakers speaking about feminism in pop culture.
Funky Brown Chick has your back for that awkward moment when your partner is striking out at third base.
You understand the situation at hand, and you gave no indication that you want out. It sounds like you feel restless and trapped by your wife, and want to be heard, validated, excited and get laid on a regular basis. This is my advice.
Anti-sexual violence presentation during Sex Week, a week full of programs focusing on the sex education spectrum, sponsored by Kent Interhall Council.
Getting kinky can mean many things to many people, so go ahead and open up (then tie down).
If a man knocks up his on-again-off-again girlfriend via vitro fertilization — at her request— is the guy the kid’s father? The original pop culture vampire, Jason Patric, thinks so. Twanna joined Vocalo’s Morning Amp hosts Brian Babylon and Molly Adams at Chicago Public Radio to discuss paternity rights for fathers and celebrity influence on the discourse.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could control our sexual attraction? We are 100 percent in command and responsible for our actions, but desire often catches us unaware. Hate-sex is sexual activity between two or more people who don’t like each other.
To expand the range and diversity of information available to the public, this workshop shared tools of the trade that help audience members' ideas get noticed. Whether they were activists or legal or medical professionals, Twanna instructed how to insert causes into the national dialogue via media, advertising, public relations, and media activism.
Real talk about American views on interracial relationships. Let the healing begin!
Don’t date, hook up with or marry assholes. You’ll feel more alone than if you were single. That said, even when you find a great lover, tough times eventually come, and you must work through them.
Live discussion about how to enjoy your sexiest season yet, from where to meet a few good men to summer fling do's and don'ts.
Creepy, desperate stranger isn’t a good look. Whether you are interested in meeting friends or flirting your way to a good relationship, it can be difficult to forge connections with interesting people.
Fear of inadequacy, limited skills, distaste for confrontation and passivity are but a few among many identifiable afflictions that could jeopardize your orgasms — and your career.
9th Annual Teen Health Conference organized by Community Healthcare Network Teens P.A.C.T. at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City.
Do you know where you're spending your money? Do you know how to get rid of unsightly pit stains? Do you own a set of wine glasses? Do you want to know how to be a grown up? What about being a grown-up lady?
Does it really matter if we call J.K. Rowling one of the UK's best female writers versus, you know, just a damn good writer? Twanna popped into Chicago Public Radio's The Morning Amp, hosted by Brian Babylon and Molly Adams (pictured), to discuss the lack of women in media.
To improve public health, The University of Tennessee should spend more, not less, money on sexual health education.
Hosted by the Athena Program, PBHA, Strong Women, Strong Girls, and the Women's Initiative in Leadership. At kick-off event for Women’s Week, shared strategies to help students incorporate gender into nonprofit, social service and private-sector careers.
A Six-Word Memoir Story Show on the Writing Life from SMITH Magazine.
Sex writer Twanna Hines talks about what to do if you don’t have an orgasm during sexy times.
With Fifty Shades of Grey a hot hot hot phenomenon (and we’re not just talking the sex scenes) writing about sex is this year’s breakout topic! But women have been writing their desire, romantic and sexual, since we began writing, and our desires are as rich and varied as we are. Moderated panel of writers describing how they’ve staked out distinctive romantic and erotic territories online.
As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month,participated in a panel discussion about sexuality and activism following a screening of filmmaker Nancy Schwartzman's documentary The Line.
Presented post-film workshop. Power of My Parts Annual Film Festival features films that address issues affecting young people today like HIV infection, bullying, rites of passage, teen pregnancy and more.
We're living in an age when even powerful politicians can't keep track of their digital dating trail. Employers and exes are likely reading your words. How can you write about sex, participate in online dating and social networking sites, and still maintain your privacy?
A conversation about online love, digital intimacy and the future of dating followed a screening of PBS/POV film xoxosms. The short film follows the modern-day love story of Gus, a home-schooled Christian guy from small-town Illinois who takes a chance and Facebook messages Jiyun, a beautiful New York City art student from Korea.
"Remember, we're madly in love, so it’s all right to kiss me anytime you feel like it." — Peeta
Public radio’s groundbreaking LGBTQ current affairs program created by and for teens, OutCasting. Twanna talks about rallying youth to end the epidemic.
All children should receive comprehensive, medically accurate education by age 10 — if not sooner.
Twanna interviews international sex symbol, Mr. Muscles from Brussels, Jean-Claude Van Damme.
The Late Sex Show with Twanna Hines (abbreviated LATE SEX WITH TWANNA) is a weekly late-night talk show airing in New York City.
FourPlay is an engaging new series that hits the sweet spot with four unique women, Sara Benincasa, Diana Falzone, Twanna Hines and Jen Kwok, taking you deep inside the world of sex toys and gadgets.
BIDEOLOGY is a compelling, feature-length documentary that explores women dating bisexual men. Twanna and the cast of BIDEOLOGY expose the diversity in “heterosexual” relationships, and what all women can learn from men who don’t have a straight sexual identity.
Co-developed and launched online #NowUKnow adolescent sexual health campaign.
Kicking back with Alan Roger Currie and his show's other guest, Twanna discussed nuances of erotica, sex, seduction and intimacy.
What in the deep-fried hell is going on? Interestingly, coverage of Schlessinger's outbursts and apology have squarely focused on her repeated spewing of the n-word. Yet, the rant sparked when the caller — a black woman identified as Jade — voiced dissatisfaction with statements her white husband's buddies have made.
Q&A with New York Times best-selling author.
Media superstars invade In The Flesh. Featuring Kevin Allison (The State, RISK show), Penny Arcade (Bitch! Dyke! Faghag! Whore!), Twanna A. Hines (FUNKY BROWN CHICK®), Jillian Lauren (New York Times bestselling author of Some Girls: My Life in a Harem), Paulie & Pauline (Off The Set), Jerry Portwood (New York Press), Rachel Shukert (Everything Is Going to Be Great) and reading plus performance from Jo "Boobs" Weldon.
Designed an mHealth curriculum design before mHealth was cool.
Uninhibited, eyes wide open, this documentary series includes international perspectives on sex on four continents. An American who has lived in Europe and speaks Dutch fluently, Twanna provides commentary on American sexuality.
CNN’s Alina Cho talks to Twanna and technology’s other adopters, Internet addicts and heavy social media users to learn what makes Foursquare different from Facebook and Twitter. Whether or not Foursquare was a fad, it changed the game by mixing social media and geolocation, making checking in a more common practice.
Single living, best cities for singles, relationships and a little dating 30s advice thrown in for good measure on WFUV 90.7 FM Public Radio's Cityscape with George Bodarky.
Do's and Don'ts of texting in relationships. Get tips about managing mobile communications in dating — or, to use CBC's words, "romancing the phone". Clever, huh?
Social networking sites triggered a boon in the business of online dating. Learn how early trends in online romances affect how we date today.
On Purpose indeholder et kapitel med at skrive fra Twanna. Bogen lærer eleverne, hvordan de kan bruge retorik værktøjer til at analysere faktuelle. Eleverne bliver introduceret til centrale retoriske begreber og dermed en systematisk tilgang til prosa.
Do you sleep with your phone or have a television in your bedroom? If technology is the third wheel in your relationship, you have to listen to this clip. In it, Twanna discusses relationships, compatibility, and technology.
From the editors of the New York Times bestseller Not Quite What I Was Planning comes another collection of terse true tales—this time simple sagas exploring the complexities of the human heart. Six-Word Memoirs on Love & Heartbreak contains hundreds of personal stories about the pinnacles and pitfalls of romance. Brilliant in their brevity, these insightful slivers of passion, pain, and connection capture every shade of love and loss—six words at a time. Twanna's contribution is about a particularly painful breakup: "Said goodbye. Murdered our future forever."
Twanna jumps over MAXIM's pages and dives into the radio show co-hosted by Amy Spencer and Anna David (pictured). She breaks it down and and separates fact from fiction when it comes to, you guessed it, sex.
Addressed Wellesley Young Alumnae group interested in freelance writing opportunities in New York City.
Jumping off MAXIM's pages and diving into the radio show, co-hosts Amy Spencer, Anna David and Twanna A. Hines answer: "What the hell is girl talk?" and "What do women want in bed?"
I'd have a really great shot at birthing gorgeous children if I let one of my white boytoys impregnate me.
Lonely, horny, single or in a committed relationship with a lustful eye longingly gazing toward greener pastures? As long as there's been an Internet, people have used it to get action — from the ancient days of IRC to today's Twitter hookups.
The Sex and the City movie is almost here! While the show resonated with millions of women, some felt left out of the fun. That's where FUNKY BROWN CHICK® comes in. Twanna Hines gives us an idea of what it's really like to be black, sexy, and single in the big city.
Studio SX interview with Twanna A. Hines and Zoe Margolis at South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, TX.
A look at how social networks are transforming social lives.
Regardless of race/ethnicity, age or nationality, we're all on a journey. I share childhood tales about growing up in Mississippi and moving to England
Really. Seriously. Just don't to it.
If you've ever felt like roadkill on the Dating SuperHighway, this show was for you. In this episode, Twanna interviews author and all-around sexy Englishman Grant Stoddard.
If you've ever felt like roadkill on the Dating SuperHighway, this show was for you. In this episode of Dating Roadkill, callers shared horror stories from the front lines of hooking up.
This reference surveys migration and immigration past and present in 14 representative countries — with Twanna writing the chapter on the Netherlands.
Panel discussion journalism series about free speech that attracted audience of 700+ attendees.
Ask your doctor if you should be asking your doctor about that ad you saw on TV.
Are you a carnivore that likes eating healthy, tasty animals? Good news: Research helped cure bad news in food safety.
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