A wide range of workshops on sexual literacy are offered at Harvard; see below for some of the options. If you don’t see a workshop that’s right for your group, reach out to us and we may be able to develop a curriculum tailored to your needs.
Sexual Literacy Workshop
Join staff members from OSAPR and the Center for Wellness and Health Promotion in a dialogue exploring the intersection of sexual health promotion and sexual violence prevention. How does having an increased awareness of your own body, needs, and pleasure help facilitate healthier sexual relationships? Learn to navigate potentially difficult or awkward conversations surrounding sexuality, consent, and intimacy.
Sexual Health 101
Join SHARC Educators (Sexual Health Awareness & Relationship Communication) in a workshop that covers sexual health information including safer sex practices, contraceptive options, and how to access relevant services while at Harvard. Emphasis is placed on the diversity of experiences surrounding sex and sexuality and the importance of clear and open communication. The program aims to ensure that participants are equipped with the information they need to make happy and healthy choices. To request a workshop, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.harvardsharc.com/what-we-do/#sexual-health-101-workshop.
Consent Advocates & Relationship Educators (CARE) offer several modules that aim to foster a common understanding of consent in various environments, including the arts, parties, and leadership. Individuals are encouraged to explore their own ideas, attitudes, and behaviors and to reflect on the influences that shape their understanding of consent, gender, and sexual scripts. A healthier sexual climate requires each of us to engage in creating safer spaces that are inclusive and equitable—why not start here? To request a workshop, email email@example.com; see https://osapr.harvard.edu/care-workshops for more information.