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Screening AccSex in Leeds: Disabled Women Activism & Sexuality event

accsex film flyer

accsex film flyer
Disabled Women: Activism and Sexuality

The Centre for Disability Studies (University of Leeds) and Sisters of Frida (North) invite you to

Disabled Women: Activism and Sexuality

Friday 15 May 2015: 12.30-4.30

Liberty Building, University of Leeds, Room G.32

The first part of this event will include presentations from Sarah Woodin (CDS) on disabled women, violence and access to support; and Freyja Haraldsdottir (Tabu) on feminist disability activism in Iceland and the founding of ‚ÄėTabu‚Äô (

The second part (after a short lunch-break will include: A screening by Sisters of Frida of ¬†the film, ‚ÄėACCSEX‚Äô ‚Äď which explores notions of ‚Äėideal bodies‚Äô (; and discussion led by Kirsty Liddiard (University of Sheffield) and Q&A with Shweta Ghosh (director of the film).

Teas and coffees will be provided but please bring your own lunch.

Location Details

Room G.32 (ground floor)
School of Law
Liberty Building
University of Leeds

(Please use postcode LS6 1AN for Sat Nav’s)

The Liberty Building is number 16 on the campus map.

3 responses to “Screening AccSex in Leeds: Disabled Women Activism & Sexuality event”

  1. Steve Graby says:

    Are non-women welcome to this event?

  2. elle says:

    I believe it is open to all at CDS.

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