Have you missed out on the having a good sexual education experience? Would you like to join two weekends of a fun, interactive, non-shaming, inclusive sexual education workshop this April? Now is your chance! Come join April 14th and April 21st at CU's Boulder campus from 1-3pm.
Paths, the Unitarian Universalist Student Ministry at CU-Boulder, is organizing a series of workshops using the Young Adult Our Whole Lives (OWL) Sexuality Education curriculum. The OWL curriculum itself is secular and holds a set of core values: self worth, sexual health, responsibility, and justice and inclusivity.These sessions are free and open to ANYONE, student or non-student alike, 18-35ish, including students from CU-Boulder and other campuses, community members, and folks from Unitarian Universalist communities.
Our Whole Lives - frequently referred to as OWL - is a lifespan sexuality education curriculum developed to help participants make informed and responsible decisions about their relationships, health and behavior. OWL addresses topics typically excluded from sexuality education and health classes, including sexual expression, identity, orientation, and life issues for young adults. OWL equips participants with accurate information, and teaches caring, compassion, respect, and justice.
This year we are hosting the following themes led by Auburn R. Meisner LMSW and educator Ellen Duncan
Location: C4C N215 Conference Room
April 14: Relationships, Love and Commitment
April 21: Mind and Body: Sexual Pleasure and Fantasy
Please fill out this RSVP (not-required, but appreciated) indicating which sessions you plan to attend.
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Auburn R. Meisner is a LCSW, CST specializing in Sex & Relationship Therapy