PRIVATE SCHOOL: Class is in Session

By : Angelique Luna
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Have you thought about how you will prepare your children for a healthy relationship?

Do you feel that your children are not getting enough sex education at school? Do they know how to ask about consent? That they have various different options for safe sex? The consequences of STDs/STIs?

Please attend PRIVATE SCHOOL: Class is in Session to learn about the available community resources outside your children schools. To help answer all these questions and teach you a few things along the way.  This is a FREE family-friendly event.

PRIVATE SCHOOL: Class is in Session

Sat, April 7, 2018

2:00 PM – 4:30 PM EDT

Henao Contemporary Center

5601 Edgewater Dr

Orlando, Florida 32810

PRIVATE SCHOOL is dedicated to the sexual education of the community. Our goal is to help fill in the gaps that purely abstinence-based teaching can leave. It’s time to get down and dirty and get the answers you deserve!

We are excited to put a new spin on sexual health education!! Our professors will titillate and stimulate your mind (and other places), developing a safe and open space to learn how to make sex fun and safe.

Classes offered are consent and pleasure, reproductive health, and STI/HIV prevention.

Enroll today and let us help with those gaps (in your sexual knowledge)!!

PRIVATE SCHOOL is a family-friendly event, though some material may be better for those 13 and older.

Beer and wine service available to those 21+ inside the venue!!!

Access to community partners focused on education for our youth and the community!!

PRIVATE SCHOOL: Class is in Session

By : Angelique Luna
Comments: 0

PRIVATE SCHOOL is dedicated to the sexual education of the community. Our goal is to help fill in the gaps that purely abstinence based teaching can leave. Its time to get down and dirty and get the answers you deserve!

We are excited to put a new spin on sexual health education!! Our professors will titilate and stimulate your mind (and other places), developing a safe and open space to learn how to make sex fun and safe.

Classes offered are consent and pleasure, reproductive health, and STI/HIV prevention.

Enroll today and let us help with those gaps (in your sexual knowledge)!!

PRIVATE SCHOOL is a family friendly event, though some material may be better for those 13 and older.

A local food truck will be on site while beer and wine service availible to those 21+ inside the venue!!!

Access to community partners focused on education for our youth and the community!!

Cornell Fine Arts Museum Art Tours

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Join us this Saturday for an art tour at The Cornell Fine Arts Museum. Meet your docent in the front education gallery at 1 p.m.

Free admission courtesy of Dale Montgomery ’60.
No reservations required.

Cornell Fine Arts Museum Art Tours

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Join us this Saturday for an art tour at The Cornell Fine Arts Museum. Meet your docent in the front education gallery at 1 p.m.

Free admission courtesy of Dale Montgomery ’60.
No reservations required.

Cornell Fine Arts Museum Art Tours

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Join us this Saturday for an art tour at The Cornell Fine Arts Museum. Meet your docent in the front education gallery at 1 p.m.

Free admission courtesy of Dale Montgomery ’60.
No reservations required.

Cornell Fine Arts Museum Art Tours

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Join us this Saturday for an art tour at The Cornell Fine Arts Museum. Meet your docent in the front education gallery at 1 p.m.

Free admission courtesy of Dale Montgomery ’60.
No reservations required.

Cornell Fine Arts Museum Art Tours

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Join us this Saturday for an art tour at The Cornell Fine Arts Museum. Meet your docent in the front education gallery at 1 p.m.

Free admission courtesy of Dale Montgomery ’60.
No reservations required.

Samford University to forego funds from Baptist group after LGBT flap

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) – Samford University will refuse an anticipated $3 million annual budget allocation from the Alabama Baptist State Convention next year, university officials said.

The university’s Board of Trustees executive committee approved the decision July 7, after consultation with state convention leaders. The move is effective Jan. 1.

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Issue 24.03: Clueless

By : Jake Stevens
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As sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise, the battle for LGBTQ sex ed in schools is more important than ever, Marginalized groups join forces to fight the Trump administration’s attacks on minorities, Community banker Barclay Harless kicks off campaign for St. Petersburg City Council, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

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Germany’s first openly gay high court judge speaks at University of Michigan

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ANN ARBOR, Mich.- At the University of Michigan’s bicentennial colloquium Jan. 30, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and Justice Susanne Baer from Germany’s highest court had a conversation about what universities will look like in the upcoming years, referencing the issue of classism, which Baer said she believes affects the future of universities the most by hindering diversification.

“The moral of class manifests itself differently and is located within different segments of the population,” Baer said. “Money matters but shouldn’t matter as much when it comes to education.”

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GLSEN kicks off new school year with a new fundraiser

By : Chelsea Santiago
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School can be a challenging time for any student, and for those struggling with bullying, it can make school an even bigger challenge. LGBTQ students in the Tampa Bay area are finding some relief thanks to GLSEN.

GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network) is an organization that focuses on safe schools for all students regardless of gender identity.

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Hillsborough County will not recognize LGBT Pride and History Month; residents demonstrate why diversity education is needed

By : Jeremy Williams
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Commissioner Kevin Beckner appears to be the only member of the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners who believes that LGBT history deserves recognition, as no other commissioner seconded his request to begin a discussion to declare June as LGBT Pride and History Month at the board meeting July 20.

“What I talked about yesterday was not only the importance of passing public policy that supports equality but also the importance that we, as a community, celebrate the diversity within our county,” Beckner says.

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