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This is a raw, unedited transcript of the Dot Dot Dot Conversation “Sexism & Toxic Work Environments: Are Women Safe in Space?”
For a better future in space, we need more women. Join Amazon veteran Kristi Coulter and Laurie Segall with Astro Advocacy & Support Co-Organizer Caleigh MacPherson and aerospace engineer Bailey Burns for a powerful conversation on how we can leave these mistakes behind on earth.
In a society, where men’s sexual experience is prioritized in healthcare, women claiming their desires is the ultimate powermove. Join Mindcure CEO Kelsey Ramsden and Laurie Segall with clinical psychologist Dr. Sherry Welling PhD for a much needed conversation on what women want and how psychedelics can bring their desires to the forefront. Could this be the catalyst for the next sexual revolution?
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