Panel leaves no question unanswered

Experts discuss sexual health in Q&A format

By Jeremiah Devereaux
On September 27, 2019

Photo by Ian Saint: Dead set to change the taboo of sex, a panel assembled and took questions from the audience. From birth control to BDSM, all topics were addressed.

Counseling services on Sept. 18 held a seminar titled Sex in the Spotlight in the C.J. Davidson Conference Center.

The seminar featured a five-person panel, which included obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. Jenny Wiggins-Smith, Samuel Guerrero, clinical instructor Lenore Cortez, counselor Pat Pastors and director of Title IX compliance Michelle Boone.

Nearly 200 students attended the event to learn and ask questions of the panelists regarding the nuances of sexual health.

Attendees asked questions on a wide variety of topics including, but not limited to, healthy sexual relationships, domestic violence, sexual identity, asexuality, body positivity, self-esteem and controlling sexual desires.

The panelists then took turns answering each student’s question with informative and appropriate responses.

“This is important so that students become more aware of their sexual health, how to create and maintain healthy relationships and to fulfill all questions students may be curious or unaware of,” said Mark Rehm, director of counseling services.

Refreshments were provided for the guests in attendance.

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