FREE. tonight. 6pm PT. Their bodies, their selves: Real talk about raising and supporting teenage girls

Dr. Sophia Yen and Catherine ConnorsCatherine Connors is a writer, entrepreneur, and mom. She's a recovering academic and recovering mom blogger who left teaching and writing to become Editor in Chief of Babble Media (acquired by the Walt Disney Company), and then head of content for The Walt Disney Company’s digital division. After leaving Disney, she co-founded Maverick, a venture-backed digital platform for collaboration between girls and young women that was named one of Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies in 2019, and co-authored the critically acclaimed The Feminine Revolution (Seal Press, November 2018). Catherine is based in Los Angeles, California.Dr. Sophia Yen is Board Certified in Adolescent Medicine with 20+ years of experience in medicine. She graduated from MIT, UCSF Medical School, and UC Berkeley with a MPH in Maternal Child Health. She serves as a clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Adolescent Medicine at Stanford Medical School. Dr. Yen co-founded Pandia Health and enjoys educating the public and other physicians about birth control, acne, weight management, and other adolescent health issues. She has been featured in many publications for her work in reproductive health and as CEO of
@sophiayenmd Wow I am not a mom but I do know this is so much needed. Being a teenage girl is probably one of the worst times ever :DI am curious what specifically would you be uncovering during this event? It is such a big topic that can be tackled from many angles, or are you going to address some questions that were previously submitted?
It was open q/a whatever the members wanted to talk about. So we ending talking about #PeriodsOptional (life hack to prevent endometrial/ovarian cancer and increase women's participation and decrease anemia and decrease landfill) and body image, and when to talk about masturbation, how to bring up masturbation, early puberty, and more.