Speaker Bio

Roger Kuhn

Roger Kuhn, PhD, LMFT, CST

Decolonizing and Unsettling Erotic Colonization

Dr. Roger Kuhn (He/Him) is a Poarch Creek Two-Spirit Indigiqueer soma-cultural sex therapist and sexuality educator. He earned a doctorate degree in Human Sexuality with a Concentration in Clinical Practice from the California Institute of Integral Studies. Roger’s work explores the concepts of decolonizing and unsettling sexuality and focuses on the way culture impacts and informs our bodily experiences. He was the plenary speaker for the AASECT 2021 Spring Symposium Unsettling Genders: Honoring Emergent & Indigenous Conversations of Diversity. In addition to his work as a licensed psychotherapist, Roger is a faculty lecturer of American Indian Studies at San Francisco State University. He is a board member of the American Indian Cultural Center of San Francisco and a member of the LGBTQ+ Advisory Commission of the San Francisco Human Rights Commission, and is serving in the role of resident sex therapist for the AASECT 2022 Conference.

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