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Sex in the dark

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Transcript of Sex in the dark

Sex in the Dark
Lawrence E. Lewis
Emily and Jane
Why we are Here
(ACHA-NCHA Sexual Health Information, 2007)
56.5% of students reported themselves as sexually active
At Wash U:
1.We want everyone to have fun at this event. Let’s keep it respectful

2.Statistically, we know that there are survivors of sexual assault in the room.

3.Not everyone chooses to engage in sexual activity. Whether or not to have sex is a personal decision; please be mindful of others' sexual decision making, gender identity, sexual orientation...
Some things to keep in mind:
Consensual Sex:
•It’s part of human development/experience
•It feels good: emotionally and physically
•Is fun!
But there can be risks and consequences
•Emotional burden
•Unintended pregnancy for women
•Transmission of infections
Tonight, we are here to give you information that will help you make healthy decisions and enjoy yourself and your partner
Sex Stats
•61% Freshman, 35% Sophomore, 4% Junior
•47 people are 18, 27 are 19, 6 are 20, 2 are 21
•64% identify as female, 36% male, 0% transgender
Sex Stats cont.

•3.89% have engaged in sexual activity with more than one person simultaneously

•8.97% are survivors of sexual assault

•83.3% use protection when engaging in vaginal or anal sex

•Majority of people use condoms and birth control as protection during sexual intercourse

•98.18% do not use protection during oral sex

•23.3% know their HIV status

•58.4% know how to get tested for HIV and other STIs

•Top attractive features: eyes, face, abs, arms, smile
Condom Race!
Who can correctly put on a condom the fastest?
Resources at SHS
•Kim Webb, Director for Sexual assault and community health services (sexualviolence.wustl.edu)
•Student groups: S.A.R.A.H, CORE (care.wustl.edu)
•Saida Bonifield, LGBT Coordinator, SIL
Student Groups Pride Alliance, Safe Zones... (lgbt.wustl.edu)
•Planned Parenthood
More Resources
Thanks for coming!
With Lawrence
•Annual Wellness Exam
•Breast screenings
•Family planning advice and counseling
•Emergency Contraception (EC) for immediate/future use
•Pregnancy testing, counseling and referrals
•Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening/treatment, HIV screening/referral
•Diagnosis and treatment of gynecological conditions.
•HPV vaccine
Women’s Health Services
•Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening/treatment, HIV screening/referral
•Testicular screenings
•Diagnosis and treatment of erectile conditions
•HPV vaccine
Men’s Health Services
•Counselors available to discuss issues related to sex, sexual
orientation, sexuality, gender identity, assault and abuse, etc.
•Call 935-6695 to make your first appointment.
Subsequent appointments: shs.wustl.edu.
Students entitled to 9 free sessions each academic year.
Mental Health
•Bodily Fluids: ANY amount of saliva, mucus, blood, genital secretion, etc.
•Body lubricates the orifices
•Infections can live in the skin or blood
•STIs can penetrate or live in any porous material
Risks for Transmission
•Oral contraception
•Patch, ring, depo injection
•Condoms, dams, lube
•Emergency contraception: Plan B One Step
•LARC (long active reversible contraception)
The contraceptive choice project
Available to you
•STIs are on the WashU campus!
•SHS medical service reports most common STIs are herpes and HPV. 
•The next most common is Chlamydia. 
•Syphilis and HIV are rare, but there have been some cases of each in the last few years. 
At WashU:
•Take the handout tonight
about STI screening options.
Visit SHS or other provider.
•Stay Protected
-Use condoms / dams
HPV Vaccine (Gardisil) for women and men available through SHS; Free for women. Rebate for men.
Stay Safe
How to correctly put on a condom
1) access health and prevention services;
2) receive resources to strive for positive educational and vocational outcomes
3) let your voice be heard through leadership opportunities.
At the SPOT you can
LMSW Youth Services Coordinator at the SPOT
Health Promotion Services: free sexual health resources, info, and programming assistance.

Sexual Assault Services
In an emergency, call WUPD and ask to be connected
to Kim Webb, Wash U’s own sexual violence specialist
And more
The Parts
Text us anonymously at (314)649-RPHE
which is (314)649-7743
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