Amplify: Women are taking their sexual health into their own hands

Huge strides are happening in sex ed, including a groundbreaking program for university-age women on consent, good relationships, sexual health and desire. A University of Windsor team led by psychology professor Charlene Senn developed the program, now being adapted for a high school audience. "I sat in on two days of sessions with 16- and 17-year-old girls: It was an illuminating experience for a 40-year-old and made me regret never receiving anything close to this caliber of sex ed as a teen".

This Globe & Mail Article talks about Dr. Charlene Senn's research, The Bystander Program, and how she is now adapting it for use in high schools.

Read the article here: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-amplify-women-are-taking-their-sexual-health-into-their-own-hands/?fbclid=IwAR2kREqYPeTn8IPMftJbbJ-4NLQgjqQJMTkWC6zWiqplr-TuI9yYVs9mFoE

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