SEXtember: From 9-30 September 2019 there will be a series of workshops, fun, and engaging events, games, panel talks and giveaways that encourage students to have open & frank conversations about sex, inclusivity and to get tested for STI's.
During September at UNSW: There will be FREE STI TESTING at various locations across campus. Whether you’ve had sex once or multiple time, sexual health testing is for you – it’s as easy as peeing in a jar.
Thursday 5th Sept 11am - 1pm: Do you want to learn some tips and tricks about how to have a sex-positive conversation? Then this workshop is for you.
Wed 11 Sept, 10am-4pm: Start off your SEXtember with the Hump-Day stall in O-Week in the main walkway. Join us for a sex-positive conversation!
Random acts of kindness
Tues 17 – Thurs 19 Sept: Look out for the Arc Wellness Warriors on campus for a sex-positive conversation and information about healthy sex!
Hump Day at UNSW CLB
Wed 18 Sept: Do I need an STI check? What do I have to do? Take charge of your sexual health with sex info and sex-positive conversations.
Pleasure and danger
Thurs 19 Sept, 12-1pm, Goodsell Rm 221: We’re getting an interdisciplinary panel together to talk about the intensely complex topics of sex and sexuality.
Queer dip, dodge and dance
Monday 23 Sept, 5:30-9pm: This inclusive event provides free entry to the gym and pool for the evening, access to an exclusive Zumba session and access to the Dodgeball competition.
Tues 24 Sept, 5:30pm for 6pm start: Sex is great but sometimes it can be awkward, painful and confusing or maybe just a little mediocre and realistically we don't talk about it enough.
Hump Day Wellness Warriors
Wed 25 Sept, 10am-5pm: To celebrate Sextember and Diversity Fest the Arc Wellness Warriors are hosting a sexual health pop-up stall for Hump Day!
Sex Worker Rights
Thurs 26 Sept, 6-7:30pm at UNSW Bookshop: Panel on sex worker rights, particularly looking at the effects of the online US laws SESTA / FOSTA on Australian workers.
Are you PrEP-ared?
Friday 27 Sept, 1-2pm: What's caused a 23% decrease in HIV diagnoses in Australia? Did you know HIV can be undetectable? Can you have safe sex with someone with HIV? Have you heard of PrEP?