Robin Mandell is a sexualities and relationships educator based in the Washington, D.C., area. She holds a bachelor’s degree in women’s studies from Queen’s University in Canada and a professional writing certificate from Washington State University. Over the years, she has amassed extensive experience working with people at vulnerable times of their lives, both as a crisis hotline worker and a sexuality and relationships education advocate with Scarleteen. Robin blogs about disabilities, sexualities and the connections between them at Ready, Sexy, Able and has published articles on various sexuality and sexual health topics at Scarleteen and Fearless press.
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