About Our Workshops
We offer a variety of workshops that can be catered to many different environments. If there is a specific topic you are looking for and don't see it here, or if you have any questions email us! email@example.com
This workshop provides information about sexual anatomy, its function, and its diversity.
This workshop provides media literacy skills needed for navigating the messages about bodies we are bombarded with daily. It challenges beauty standards and common myths about bodies and health, and supports participants in their development of positive body image.
This workshop prepares participants to notice potential instances of violence in their communities and to step in to help keep people safe.
This workshop provides participants with the ability to tell the difference between passive, passive-aggressive, and assertive communication and an opportunity to practice communication skills.
This workshop provides strategies for setting boundaries and respecting the boundaries of others, communication skills, information about the right to bodily autonomy, and more
This workshop provides information on the many different forms of contraception, their pros and cons, and how to access accurate information about them.
This workshop prepares participants to take charge of their own sexual healthcare. It provides information about patient rights, what to expect from sexual health exams, and skills for advocating for themselves at the doctor.
FIRST TIME SEX
This workshop provides facts, busts myths, and prepares participants to think through the significance of first time sex in their lives.
This workshop encourages participants to reflect on and challenge the messages they’ve received about their genders on the way to deciding who they want to be.
This workshop provides information and skills for recognizing unhealthy patterns and creating healthier relationships.
PRIVILEGE, OPPRESSION, AND IDENTITY
This workshop explores our various identities, how they interact with each other, how some make our lives easier and others might make our lives harder, and how we can work together to make change.
This workshop explores what society says it means to be a man and encourages participants to think critically about those messages and redefine masculinity for themselves.
This workshop provides skills and tools for analyzing media in order to reject its more harmful messages.
This workshop explores periods - why do we get them, how do we take care of ourselves when we have them, and how do we feel about them. Different period products are discussed.
MYTHS, FACTS, & CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
This workshop provides the necessary information and discussions to allow participants to navigate ever-more-accessible porn.
This workshop presents information and offers opportunity for discussion about the choices someone can make if they become pregnant.
This workshop prepares participants for the physical, social, and emotional changes people go through during puberty.
This workshop provides information about the various ways to stay as safe as possible when sexually active.
This workshop allows participants to develop strategies for taking care of themselves physically and emotionally and build their self-esteem.
This workshop provides information about sex toys and how to use them safely.
SEXUALITY & TECHNOLOGY
This workshop explores the ways that technology affects sexuality, from easily accessible porn to sexting.
SEXUAL ORIENTATION & GENDER IDENTITY
This workshop provides terminology, myth-busting, opportunities for reflection, and strategies for being inclusive to marginalized people.
This workshop gives participants the opportunity to reflect on the common experience of being catcalled or harassed on the street - they will develop their ability to recognize harassment, support others who are being harassed, and standing up to people they know who participate in harassment.
This workshop explores common perceptions of what virginity is and whether it matters. It busts myths, offers accurate information about the hymen and other anatomy, and allows participants to explore what first time sex means to them.