Science of the Sexual Spectrum event
Dr Qazi Rahman from Queen Mary’s School of Biological and Chemical Sciences will be one of the key speakers discussing sexual orientation at the Natural History Museum on Friday, 25 March.
Dr Rahman’s research investigates the biological origins of sexual orientation in humans.
Joining gay rights activist Peter Tatchell and sociologist Jeffrey Weeks, the trio will discuss and debate the history of sexual orientation, its origins, and social implications at the Friday evening event.
The audience will have a chance to influence the topics for debate by registering online and submitting suggestions.
People who want to attend the event can register through the Natural History Museum’s website.
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