DR BELLA ELLWOOD CLAYTON: Why Sex As We Know It Doesn’t Matter

Dr Bella Ellwood-Clayton is a sexual anthropologist who in 2000 during her PhD conducted an ethnography in the central Philippines about young women ‘s sexual and reproductive health. As the Philippines is the texting capital of the world, her research followed suit. Bella became regarded as an international mobile phone expert, speaking about love and technology at conferences in Asia, Europe, America and Australia, teaching undergraduate classes about mobile telephony in Korea, and publishing her work in a number of prestigious academic anthologies. Since then Dr Ellwood-Clayton has gone on to write a number of books and  be regarded as a leading expert on dating, love and desire.

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