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Shannon T. Boodram is a Canadian TV personality, photographer and author. She has worked at RogersTV Toronto since 2006 hosting High School Rush (for which she won an Impression Award in 2009) and currently as a supporting host on the station's flagship show Daytime Toronto. Her first book "LAID: Young People's Experiences with Sex in an Easy-Access Culture" was published across North America. She toured with the book and has appeared on Fox News, The CW's KTLA, ABC's Advice for Life, Cp24's LeDrew Live, TVO's the Agenda with Steve Paikan and is a regular on CHCH's Face-Off.
LAID: Teens Experience with Sex
In 2009 Shannon released her book LAID, a series of narratives from teens and young people describing their first sexual experiences. The book stemmed from a website which Shannon had created for the young people to share their first experiences with sex and relationships. It was released and obtained a great deal of media attention in Canada, catching the attention of MacLeans Magazine.  Her mother, a nurse, first discovered her project when Shannon was 16. 
Boodram started on television at the Rogers Television Studio in Durham. She auditioned for and was cast as the host of Rogers Cable TV program, High School Rush. Around the same time she also interned with MTV. She is currently the host for the Toronto Rogers Program Day Time
- ↑ The Agenda Guests. TVO: The Agenda. Retrieved on 1 January 2013.
- ↑ Kingston, Anne (16 November 2009). "Warning: parents might freak out". MacLean's Magasine. http://www2.macleans.ca/2009/11/16/warning-parents-might-freak-out/. Retrieved 1 January 2013.
- ↑ Prunskus, Kerry (10 April 2010). "Toronto Arts & Life Make sex education more than a one-way conversation, author says". The Toronto Observer. http://www.torontoobserver.ca/2010/04/10/make-sex-ed-more-than-a-one-way-conversation-author-says/. Retrieved 1 January 2013.
- ↑ Gordon, Andrea (19 November 2009). "What teens are thinking about sex". Toronto Star. http://www.thestar.com/article/727822--what-teens-are-thinking-about-sex. Retrieved 1 January 2013.
- ↑ Toljagic, Mark (10 September 2010). "Little Camera Leads to Big Things". Metro Toronto. http://metronews.ca/news/136307/little-camera-leads-to-big-things/. Retrieved 3 January 2013.
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