The event goes by many names, but whether you call it Sex Week, Condom Week, Safer Sex Week, Sex & Gender Week, or what have you, for those of you passionate about healthy sex and relationships (for yourself AND your fellow students), organizing a Sex Week-type event at your school is one of the most powerful ways to impact your campus culture!
- If bringing accurate sexual health information and pleasure-based sex education to your fellow students is important to you?
- Wishing there was a campus-wide way to lessen sexual shame while promoting healthy, sexual self-expression in all it’s forms?
- Are you interested in upping the discourse around topics like feminism, sex, dating, relationships, LGBTA, pornography at your school?
- How about making dating and sex more fun and safe during your college years (and those of your classmates)?!?
- Perhaps you already have a Sex Week-type event on your campus and you want to make it better?
If any of the above inspire you, please join some of the brightest Sex Week organizers and sex and relationship educators of our time for a free, 90-minute, conference call (also downloadable for free if you miss it!) containing their best advice, as well as worst nightmares!
Our “Sex Week Think Tank” includes: Call moderator Reid Mihalko of ReidAboutSex.com, Megan Adelloux of OhMegan.com, Aida Manduley, formerly of Brown Sex Week, Courtney Peters of Sex Week At Yale, Abby Sun from Harvard Sex Week!
Call recorded on: August 21st, 2012
Register NOW to receive the FREE Download: HERE!
How To Run a Sex Week On Your Campus: The Ins and Outs of Planning, Promoting and Pulling Off a Successful Sex Week At Your School! will attempt to cover:
- Why you might want to create a Sex Week or make your existing one better
- What to do
- What NOT to do
- How to design the Sex Week that’s right for your campus
- How to pool resources so it’s not just one person doing everything
- How to collaborate with other campuses and organizations
- How to research, invite, book, negotiate, and handle your speakers in a professional manner
- Sponsorships, etc.
- How to deal with administration
- Promotion on campus
- How to handle the media
- Challenges with inclusivity
- How to deal with push-back and negative response
We already confess that this is too much information to cover in a 90-minute call, but we promise you to give you our best thinking, tips and advice, and point you toward valuable resources that will help you create a more powerful event while making it more fun for you as well as your classmates!
You don’t have to reinvent the wheel! Your campus deserves better sexual health resources and outreach! And we could all use some more fun in our sex education!
Join us and spread the word!