Peer Leader-Educators Advocating for Sexuality Education (PLEASE) Program
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This pilot program is designed to encourage sexuality dialogues and safer sexual health practices at CHHS.
By creating a safer sex station with condoms and lubricant, we hope to provide students with the tools to advocate for safer sex practices. The safer sex station is located on the 2nd floor in the student lounge (near the elevators on the Atkins library side of the CHHS building).
By training undergraduate and graduate peer leader-educators, we hope to provide accurate information and encourage safer sex practices amongst the student body. Peer leader-educators are trained in:
- Gender and sexual identity (including LGBTQ)
- Contraception and condoms
- Sexually transmitted infections and HIV
- Healthy relationships
- Consent and sexual assault
- Anatomy/physiology and pregnancy
- Community resources and online information sources
We started in 2017, training 12-15 peer leader-educators each year. We will conduct climate evaluations of CHHS to measure impacts.
For more information about joining the team, click here.
Interested in being a part of the PLEASE Program or speaking with a peer leader-educator? Have feedback about the safer sex station? Contact Dr. Jessamyn Bowling at email@example.com