Just what exactly is sexual health and why is it important to sexual violence prevention? Last Saturday, for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), I answered these questions in a guest blog for See The Triumph:I remember vividly, a few years ago, the director of a local sexual assault organization asking me why I talk about sexual health so much. What does that have to do with sexual violence prevention? Well, I told her, a lot.The blog is both an homage to sexual health promotion and a call for connection. Let’s connect our work to sexual health. After all, what are we for if not, as I say in the post, “the opposite of the bad.” In a nutshell, that is my approach to sexual health – simple in its clarity.Read the guest post here.For more on sexual health, take this eLearning course.
Let’s connect our work to sexual health
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