My name is Gabriela Corona Valencia, and I am a PhD candidate in the School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA. I am an educator, researcher, and bridge-builder passionate about versatile ways of knowing, learning, and thinking. My work explores eugenicist methods of control, containment, and surveillance inflicted by educational, familial, religious, and digital media spaces that have affected Latina/x women’s access to their sexual citizenship throughout time, space, and place. I utilize a range of special collections and genealogy databases to pinpoint evidence of Latina/x adolescents and women punished for “crimes” related to impermissible female pursuits of pleasure and desire between 1909 and 1979. In addition to my transdisciplinary research endeavors, I enjoy exploring topics of intersectional justice through creative writing avenues. I have previously supported international antiracist initiatives organized by the International Planned Parenthood Federation as a qualitative research consultant. Before her graduate school journey, Gabriela obtained her BA in Chicana/o/x studies with a minor in Anthropology from CSU Dominguez Hills.