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Let's Talk about Sex
Christine Grela Ph.D., Psychology Instructor

Thursday, February 20
Light refreshments and appetizers will be provided starting at 6 p.m.
The session begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Luecht Auditorium, Building B

We'll discuss the importance, but lack of ease, around discussions of sexuality. The focus will be on how to have conversations with children and parents (middle aged and up) around typical issues like contraception and safer sex as well as more complicated ideas including healthy vs. unhealthy relationships and body image.

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