Look for more information as we collaborate with Sex Week and others to talk about consent and healthy information in September
As part of Parents’ Weekend, we’ll be holding a dialogue with parents and students about what’s happening on campus around sexuality. We’ll go over current behaviors and statistics, resources, and general issues that college students are likely to experience in the areas of consent, relationships, sexual behaviors, sexual and gender identity, and assault. We’ll leave plenty of time for questions and conversation as well! Come join us!
Now accepting applications for Peer Leader-Educators Advocating for Sexuality Education (PLEASE) Ambassadors!
Due to popular demand, we’re opening up spots for 10 Ambassadors in the PLEASE Program – applications are due 2/5/18. As official membership only opens in August, this will be an opportunity for students to be involved prior to being an official member. Ambassadors will be mentored by PLEASE members, volunteer with upcoming events, and participate in sexuality discussions. Ambassadors would be expected to attend meetings twice monthly (Fridays 9:30a-11a) and assist with ongoing events.
We would love to have you be a part of the program! Ambassadors will be well-positioned to become official members upon acceptance in the fall.
Requirements include: Must have at least one more full year at UNCC (if graduating in 2018, you are ineligible), demonstrate a commitment to health (broadly defined), be available for Friday meetings, demonstrate a passion for sexuality.
The PLEASE Program encourages sexuality dialogues and safer sexual health practices on campus. The Program has established a safer sex station located on the 2nd floor of CHHS, conducts an annual sexuality climate survey at CHHS, hosts small group discussions, and hosts educational events around sexuality topics.
To apply, please visit https://goo.gl/forms/I22Y2jXHRMO8nTyt1
Part of the ongoing discussion series, Let’s Talk About Sex, this will focus on hook up culture. What is it? How are people thinking and talking about it? What are the challenges and benefits of it?
11/30 6:30-7:30pm in CHHS 159
Let’s Talk About Sex facilitates small group discussions on specific sexuality topics. If you have an idea for a topic, please email Jessamyn Bowling at email@example.com