Aging and Society Conference Manchester



Manchester 9 November 2014

The Aging and Society conference is over. The room was packed for the session with my presentation and I had lots of positive feedback. I asked Liam Leonard for critical feedback too; he suggested a few more slides with summary data to anchor some points better. I have tried to present without notes, unlike my earlier style of reading/not reading with a careful script, and maybe have strayed too far the other direction. He was positive overall, which was encouraging. Abe2 The Lego characters depicting relationships were a hit. This slide representa a man who identifies as polyamorous and a swinger, has always had female lon-term partners and in the last 10 years has practiced non-penetrative penis play with other men at swinger events.

Being a Graduate Scholar (scholarship which covered fees and obligated me to chair sessions) gave me a community to connect with which was…

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This site is to inform people about an Australian study exploring the experiences of rural baby boomers in friends with benefits relationships. The research team consists of Linda Kirkman, a PhD candidate in Health Science at La Trobe University's Rural Health School, and supervisors Dr Virginia Dickson-Swift and Dr Christopher Fox. Posts include presentations about the research, publications, and reflections on sexual health promotion.

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