Mistress Lola Returns to Campus This Friday To Talk Sex

Logan LevkoffLogan Levkoff (C’98, GSE’99, aka “Mistress Lola” in her undergrad 34th Street days) will be appearing at the Penn Bookstore on Friday Oct. 3rd at 4pm to talk about her book “Third Base Ain’t What it Used to Be: What Your Kids are Learning About Sex Today – and How to Teach them to Become Sexually Healthy Adults”.  She’ll be talking about life after Penn as well as her fight against this administration’s (and McCaine’s) war on sex.

…Logan not only published this book, but she is on a number of shows chiming in on the current state of sex education. Her work has been featured on countless shows and publications including Good Morning America, Oprah, The Today Show, and The New York Times.

In addition, she writes regular columns for Fit Pregnancy, POZ magazine, and  Check out her clip below from her appearance recently on Good Morning America.

Watch these other videos from Logan:

videosTalking Sex With Your Kids

videosWomen should start carrying their own condoms

Get Logan’s book Third Base Ain’t What It Used to Be

Read how Logan got her start as a Sexologist (you’ll be interested to find out about a very personal(!) article she wrote at Penn!)

 More from her visit to Penn here

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