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Sex in the Dark

Sex in the Dark is a Q&A panel where “sexperts” from the Syracuse University community answer students’ anonymous questions about sex and relationships. The Office of Health Promotion considers sexperts to be members of the community who are experts in various aspects of sexual and reproductive health (e.g., reproductive anatomy, types of contraception, consent, STIs, sexual behaviors, relationships, etc.) and eager to answer students’ questions. SITD was piloted this past spring as the feature event for Syracuse University’s first Sexual Health Awareness Month, Frisky February, and has been used as a successful model at many other schools across the country. It will take place on Tuesday, September 19th at 7:30pm in Grant Auditorium.