Program Information

These programs are available to ALL students, faculty, and staff. If you are part of an RSO, FSL, campus department, or want to host us during class, please fill out the program request linked at the bottom of the page. We are happy to create or adjust programing to fit your needs and the identities of participants. The Sexual Health and Relationships Coordinator along with the Sexual Health Advocate Leaders can develop programs on any topic of your choosing. Select “Sex Ed Buffet” when picking a program to request a topic or program that isn’t listed below.  Groups can also layer programs if you are interested in covering multiple topics. All programs are created to be trauma-informed, inclusive, and free of judgement and shame. 

The Consent Conversation

Facilitated Discussion and Activity: 1 hour

During this interactive workshop, we discuss the various aspects of consent, and practice skills involved in asking for and giving consent to a partner.

Condoms and Candy

Facilitated Discussion and Activity: 1 hour

Learn from wide ranging student-written questions pulled from an anonymous “question bowl” full of free condoms and candy. Questions are answered with honesty and humor by a trained Sexuality Educator while students eat candy and leave with free condoms – as well as lots of helpful information.

Sex Talk

Facilitated Discussion and Activity: 1 hour

Develop communication skills for talking with your partner(s) about sex, contraception and creating healthy relationships. This workshop uses fun activities designed so that you leave feeling comfortable talking about topics often considered taboo!

SAFER SEX: Barrier Methods

Facilitated discussion and activity: 30 min

We review types of barrier methods including condoms, dental dams, and internal condoms, then learn how to use them effectively by practicing on models. Participants will leave with a better idea of the importance of barrier methods and how to use them pleasurably. 


Facilitated discussion and activity: 1 hour

Learn more about transmission, treatment, and prevention of different STIs while receiving up-to date resources to take care of yourself while at UofL.

SAFER SEX: Reproductive Health

Facilitated Discussion and Activity: 1 hour

Review how pregnancy occurs. Discuss different methods of preventing pregnancy including barrier methods, contraceptives, emergency contraception, and abortion. This workshop provides examples of different contraceptives and provides participants with an opportunity to develop a reproductive life plan. 

Queering Sex Ed

Facilitated Discussion and Activity: 1 hour

Sex education often focuses on heteronormative perceptions of sexual health and sexuality. This program is all about exploring sexual health through a queer lens. Participants will expand their definitions of sex and develop a sexual health toolkit to meet their personal sexual health goals. Participants will have the opportunity to tailor the program to their needs and interests. 

Anal Sex 101

Facilitated Discussion and Activity: 1 hour

Learn the ins and outs of anal sex. This program includes an overview of the potential risks and rewards related to sex, along with methods to reduce risk. Participants will learn about STI transmission, testing, barrier methods, and considerations to increase pleasure and consent. 

Prioritizing Pleasure

Facilitated Discussion and Activity: 1 hour

Pleasure is about more than just sex. This program is a deep dive into pleasure activism and the work of Adrienne Maree Brown. Participants will explore the components of pleasure and practice mapping pleasure related to all parts of existence (sexual and otherwise). By connecting with what brings you pleasure, you can make healthier decisions about what types of pleasure to pursue, and better understand consent! 

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