Lynn Enright is a Dublin-born, London-based author and journalist and comes to Bell House this month to discuss her first book, 'Vagina: A Re-Education' at Bell House, Dulwich on Thursday 27th June at 7 PM.
How do you know what is normal? Why are women more likely to correctly identify male genitalia than their own?
'Vagina' provides girls and women with information that they need about their own bodies, confronts taboos and tackles vital social issues. Come to Bell House to hear Lynn discuss why girls are misled about their bodies and why we need a full and honest sex education.
Tickets (£5) include a glass of wine or soft drink and books will be available to buy online and on the night. We will be collecting any donations for Bloody Good Period, a charity that aims to end period poverty - monetary and sanitary towel donations are most welcome.
Bell House is situated on College Road, West Dulwich, just past the Picture Gallery.
Visit our website for tickets and more information. As always, bursary places are available - see the event page on our website for more information.
Official Link: https://www.bellhouse.co.uk/events/2019/6/27/lynn-enright-on-vagina-a-re-education