Events & News
November 30, 2012
10 am - 2 pm
KSU Student Union (near food court)
- FREE HIV Testing
- Lots of information
- Opportunity to ask questions
Sponsored by Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment, Lafene Health Center, SHAPE, & LGBT
A related UPC event!!
Presented by: Christina Rock
November 29 at 7 PM in the Little Theatre
Sex Ed Boot Camp
presented by Dr. Joni Frater & Esther Lastique (authors & sexologists)
Monday, April 16th
7:00 pm, Forum Hall
Brush up on your sex etiquette, relationships, anatomy and fun stuff all about sex! It's free!!
“What do these women know about SEX that you don’t? PLENTY! And they’re willing to spill!
Featured on Playboy & Maxim, Sirius XM Radio, Cosmopolitan & Men’s Health Magazines.
The most fun you can have with your clothes on!”
More info at: www.sexedbootcamp.com
Take Care of Your Privates
Battle of the Sexperts will be held April 17th, 7:30 pm, K-State Student Union
Sexpert (sek' spert) n. one who possesses knowledge regarding sexual health and responsible decision making.
Sexpertise (sek sper tez') n. the skill or knowledge of a sexpert.
Selling condomgrams in the union for Sexual Responsibility Week 2011
SHAPE members with David Coleman, Dating Doctor
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World AIDS Day 2010
The J-Spot: A Sex Educator Tells All - Flyer • Lecture handout
World AIDS Day 2009
World AIDS Day 2008
World AIDS Day 2007 - Awareness Starts with Me
World AIDS Day 2006 - Get Tested
World AIDS Day 2005
World AIDS Day Service 2004 - Flags in the Quad
World AIDS Day Service 2003 - Remembrance and Hope
World AIDS Day Service 2002 - Remembrance and Hope.
After sending the newsletter, we heard from SHAPE alumni. Here are some of the responses we received when we asked the following question...
How did your involvement in SHAPE help in your career decisions?
"(SHAPE) helped me to become a well-rounded, compassionate individual. (SHAPE) helped me in my presentation skills, so that I am not intimidated in my professional career."-Engineer
"It helped me discover my passion for teaching others and to ne day hopefully go into health education or public health." -Account Representative
"It solidified and expanded my nursing knowledge." -RN
"I live overseas now...I always felt that we were performing a valuable service, and it is good to know that there are still people out there trying to set people straight regarding HIV and AIDS. I live...where there is a crisis brewing (as in the rest of Asia) regarding HIV. Roughly 3.1% of Korea's GDP is based in the sex industry, and there are currently 330,000 imported and domestic sex workers; I often talk with my students about the dangers of risky behavior, and as always I am thankful for the education that S.H.A.P.E. gave me."
"My involvement with SHAPE expanded my knowledge and opened my eyes to the need of primary prevention concerning both men and women regarding HIV/AIDS or sexual issues in general. During my involvement in SHAPE I knew that I wanted to be a nurse. The experiences that I had...has led me to have a strong issue in specifically, women's health care. In my opinion, young adults are in great need of sexual awareness information regarding HIV/AIDS now more than ever." -Nursing Student
Nearly all of the respondents would like to see alumni information posted on this site.
If you would like to be able to contact or be contacted via e-mail, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.