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Emily Tuschhoff

Health Education Coordinator

Phone: (208) 885-4146


Health Resource Room

1000 Paradise Creek Street

Room 102

Moscow, ID 83844-1230

Phone: (208) 885-4104

Don't miss SEXED with River Huston

DATE: October 10, 2012

Standup comic, award winning poet, sex columnist, public speaker, aerobics instructor, cabbie, musician, former marijuana farmer, recovering alcoholic there is more but she only has an hour to talk about how her experiences have changed her life and how the choices you make change yours. She is taking these experiences to University of Idaho on October 10, 2012. SEXED is an interactive, frank presentation on sexuality and alcohol.  Audience members participate through questions and comments using current media such as texting.

Described as blunt and irreverent River Huston has been giving performances and presentations around the world for the last 18 years to audiences ranging from 40,000 in Japan to sorority and fraternity brother across the nation to little old ladies at a Unitarian Church. She has been featured on Good Morning America, Showtime, ABC: Up To The Minute, Nightline, and CNN as an activist, writer and performer.

She has written of several three books of poetry including, Jesus Never Lived Here and The Bones of Susan and In Which I Lost 1,000 Pounds. She is the author of A Positive Life Portraits of Women Living With HIV and The Goddess: A Guide to Feminine Wisdom. River is currently performing her one-woman show, Sex, Cellulite and Large Farm Equipment: One Girls Guide to Living and Dying in theaters nationwide.

This is one presentation you do not want to miss!

 “River’s enthusiasm, honesty, charisma and passion about her subject matter shines through everything she does. She truly engages her audience, and attendees leave laughing, talking and energized!”

Suzie Romano, Adirondacks Community College

“River is by far on of the best speakers I have ever heard. She is captivating, hilarious, and inspiring. It is why we have her back every chance we can.”

Margaret Klawunn, Vice President for campus life and student services

For questions contact:

Shannon Haselhuhn
Health Education Coordinator