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Sex Nerd Sandra #111: Free Sex Advice with Francisco Ramirez

STORIES FROM THE STREETS! Sex educator Francisco Ramirez (United Nations and MTV) shares stories and techniques from years of giving sex and dating advice in the parks of NYC. TOPICS: Healthy Sex, Screwing vs Screwing Over, Doing Stuff To vs With Someone, Common Questions, Your Instincts, How to Give Advice, #SoOverMyEx, Bringing Sex Ed to the Streets, Darkness in the Park, Drag Queen BJ Guru, Homeless Folks, Cops, Douche-Bags, Advice on the Subway, Difficult Questions, Love Stories, Hurricane Sandy, and the Economics of Love.

 

For more than 15 years, Francisco Ramirez has addressed the sexual health and public health needs of diverse communities worldwide. He is a long-term consultant at the United Nations and has led multilingual education and research efforts for the UN, MTV Networks, Planned Parenthood, New York Academy of Medicine, and the NAACP.

Since 2008 Francisco has offered free sex advice on relationships, sex, and dating to passersby in New York City parks and subways.

Francisco Ramirez holds a Master of Public Health (concentration in sexuality & health) from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. In 2007 he was named a Rosenfield Scholar in Sexual and Reproductive Health.

Francisco is a prominent voice in the media on sex. At MTV News, MTV Voices, and MTV Staying Alive, he is an on-camera host and producer of sex-related content. Francisco has also guest-hosted the Savage LoveCast with Dan Savage. Currently, he is developing an original TV series and co-hosting a forthcoming web series on sex. Francisco also lectures at universities and is creating a mobile app focused on sex ed.

Francisco has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and has worked in over 10 countries on sexual health issues. He is based in New York City and can be contacted at fdr@franciscoramirez.org. Find Francisco and his upcoming Free Sex Advice hours on Twitter @FranciscoNYC (or search hashtag #FreeSexAdvice). Also, on Facebook at facebook.com/FranciscoNYC and his website FranciscoRamirez.org.

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