Within American pop culture sex and college go together like condoms & lube, yet so many college students start their first years off with very little practical information about how to have happy, healthy, exciting sex! Despite the importance of understanding how to avoid harm while engaging in sex, and the joy of knowing how to engage in sex that is fully desired by everyone involved, American society often teachers us to feel uncomfortable talking and learning about sex in a meaningful way.
In this session Maria and Jill will present a variety of tools that can be used to break through American taboos and communicate lessons about safer sex in an enjoyable and accessible manner. They will focus on ways in which educators, both formal and informal, can use their personal experiences and communication styles to make lessons about safer sex comfortable and exciting for everyone involved! The pair will provide various activities (such as “condom relay races” and “healthy love catchphrase”) and tools (such as personal anecdotes, and humor, and factual information) for teaching safer sex lessons from communication and consent to how to put on a condom to anal sex.
This workshop is geared towards speaking to college-aged individuals, but the tools are universal enough to adapt to any age range.
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