The Center for Sex and Culture was a San Francisco non-profit organization dedicated to providing judgment-free education,
cultural events, and resources related to topics across the sexual and gender spectrum; and to supporting research and dissemination
of factual information about sex, gender, identity, and health to help frame and inform issues of public policy and public
health. The collection (1925-2018) contains art, photography, posters, flyers, and ephemera from a wide variety of artists,
performers, groups, and institutions, largely from California.
The Center for Sex and Culture (CSC) was a San Francisco non-profit organization dedicated to providing judgment-free education,
cultural events, and resources related to topics across the sexual and gender spectrum. The CSC aimed to provide a community
center for education, advocacy, research, and support to the widest range of people. It was also engaged in several fiscal
sponsorships with artists, educators, and organizations.
18 Linear Feet
15 boxes, 1 map case drawer.
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The collection is open to researchers. There are no access restrictions.