Our next seminar: ‘Opening Up – A Guide for Women (and their lovers)’

jenn.jpgThis brief presentation will give women of all ages a starting point in which to speak to their partners about their own sexuality, their preferences, and their boundaries.  Men interested in improving their own sexual health are also welcome to attend.  This will be a fun and practical session where audience participation is encouraged.  :) 

About the Presenter: Jenn Twin is an experienced Sexual Health Educator based in Canada in RL, with nearly 10 years experience in the field.  She has written a literature review on condom distribution programmes in schools, has worked to develop programming for Planned Parenthood, and is currently working on developing services for sexual assault victims.

When/where: Sunday,  17 February 2008 @ 11:00 AM SLT/7:00 PM UK/GMT at http://slurl.com/secondlife/Education%20UK/33/63/22

Have you tried the new WindLight viewer? The snapshot below shows our new sky and sea as rendered in WindLight (click to enlarge).

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2 Responses to “Our next seminar: ‘Opening Up – A Guide for Women (and their lovers)’”

  1. A Sexual Health SIM in Second Life (University of Plymouth) » Blog Archive » Project promotion at SL’ang Life Health Care Event Says:

    […] A Sexual Health SIM in Second Life (University of Plymouth) -=- Web log about the Second Life University of Plymouth project entitled “A ‘Sexual Health’ Public Education and Outreach SIM in Second Life” – MN Kamel Boulos, S Wheeler, and S Toth-Cohen -=- « Our next seminar: ‘Opening Up – A Guide for Women (and their lovers)’ […]

  2. A Sexual Health SIM in Second Life (University of Plymouth) » Blog Archive » ‘Opening Up - A Guide for Women’ seminar: a huge success! Says:

    […] in our bimonthly sexual health seminar series, was a big success! Many thanks to our guest speaker SL:Jenn Twin from Canada, and to all those who have attended and contributed to the long chat with Jenn after […]

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