Tania Escobedo | The New Engagement

Tania Escobedo

Tania Escobedo

Tania Escobedo

Tania is currently a Sexology, Gender Studies, and Society and Genetics student at UCLA, on her final year, and she holds a Psychology Associate degree. She uses her growing knowledge, as a sex educator and an avid human sexuality researcher, to actively present across borders; with a strong belief in interdisciplinary approaches, and acceptance of all genders. She writes for pleasure on her spare time, and revels in abstract poetry, and non-linear short stories. The themes in her pieces stem from her concentration in human sexuality: biology, evolution/genetics, psychology, philosophy, and the female world with gender roles conditioned. 

Work by This Artist

Philosophia: The Red Queen art
By Tania Escobedo

Ascended and with a reliable rule, the queen knows her worth.

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Contests & Prizes

Flash Fiction Contest
On May 1st, we announced the winners of our Flash Fiction Contest: Thomas Garcia (1st), Rick Krizman (2nd), and Rios de la Luz (3rd). Read more.

The James Baldwin Literature Prize
It is with great pleasure that we announce the winner of The James Baldwin Literature Prize of $1,000 to Hafsa Musa. Read more.

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