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Public Engager, Comedy Writer, Performer, Artist, Designer, Educator
Chella Quint, a Sheffield-based comedian, artist, writer, and presenter, is the UK’s leading expert on menstruation education. A former drama teacher and head of PSHE, Chella coined the phrase ‘period positive’ and founded #periodpositive to use humour and joy to challenge taboos, offering long-term solutions to period poverty. She featured in Radio 4’s ‘A Bleeding Shame’, contributed to Gemma Cairney’s book ‘Open’, and frequently writes for national print media. She is a spokesperson for Girlguiding UK’s Action for Change and is currently developing The #periodpositive Schools Charter Mark. Chella is about to begin crowd funding a book for young people based on her 5-star Edinburgh comedy show ‘Adventures in Menstruating’.
Let’s Talk about Sex
What is being done to bring taboo topics to kids and young people? Covering sexual, emotional and personal education in engaging and meaningful ways.
First Timers' Lunch
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