Department(s): University Health Center
Location: MLC 153
Wednesday, February 5, 2020
3:30pm to 4:30pm
This is a reoccurring event. See below for more dates/times for this event.
Empowering Your Sexuality is an interactive series focusing on healthy sexuality and sexual pleasure—whether sexually active or not, all students are welcome!
What we know about sex, how we feel about our bodies, and our relationships with our partner(s) have a dynamic effect on our sexual experiences. Through this interactive series, students will learn about anatomy and examine factors that impact our capacity to experience sexual pleasure. Students will also learn about safer sex practices and sexual health resources on campus and in the community. Whether sexually active or not, this series welcomes all students.
Miller Learning Center, Room 153
*Free t-shirts to the first 10 students in attendance!
Women’s Health: This workshop will explore a full spectrum of female sexual experiences, including menstrual management and misconceptions regarding sexual pleasure. Together, we will answer questions surrounding vaginal health, annual exams, clitoral orgasms, and vulva diversity. You don’t have to identify as female to attend this inclusive program; students of all gender identities are welcome.
Men’s Health: This workshop will focus on communication strategies and common male sexual experiences. Together, we will examine male sexual performance and break down myths regarding sexual pleasure. This presentation will also address postponing fatherhood and HIV prevention. You don’t have to identify as male to attend this inclusive program; students of all gender identities are welcome.
Redefining Sex & Pleasure: This workshop will cover topics traditionally excluded from sex education. Together, we will examine the myths surrounding masturbation, sex toys, and porn. Students will be challenged to learn how these tools can influence our sexual development and experiences.
Presented by The Fontaine Center