Gender, Sex, Culture, Folklore, and the Body

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Final Project: Public School Poster Campaign

In the class Sexing the Body, we covered several important aspects, but my personal favorite was when we talked about the education public school students get or don’t get when it comes too sex education. A lot of the visual… Continue Reading →

Final Project: Safe Sex and Abstinence Practices: An IGNITE Presentation

Throughout the duration of this course, I have done much research regarding the importance of comprehensive intersectional sexual education. For my final project, I wanted to continue the theme of sexual education, and create a quick, “crash course” style presentation… Continue Reading →

Final Project: Consent is Key

The overall concept of this course has been sex, the body, and how both of these functions in society. However, I believe that the real theme and takeaway each student should have is that consent is essential when it comes… Continue Reading →

Final Project: Is Sex Still a Taboo Subject Video

After spending the semester discussing the ins and outs of many topics, including sexual dysfunction, sexual practice, and sexual stigmas, one thing they all share is how sex is viewed amongst us. Being in this class helped me acknowledge just… Continue Reading →

“Local health center reports ‘drastic’ increase in STD, HIV rates in Hampton Roads”

The LGBT Life Center in Hampton Roads noticed an increase in sexually transmitted diseases.  Over the past six months there has been 254 cases, which is a 20% increase.  The LGBT Life Center is also seeing an increase in HIV with 31… Continue Reading →

Intersectionality and Sexual Education

Sexual education has been a highly debated topic by parents and educators alike. Moreover, the content actually taught in sex education is often varied due to the opposing viewpoints around the subject. Abstinence-only sex education focuses abstinence as the most… Continue Reading →

Sex: A Self Reflection

Sex has always been something hard for me to talk about, mostly because it’s something people do not feel comfortable discussing openly and honestly. Sex was not something my parents tried too hard to keep away from me; it was… Continue Reading →

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