Dirty is for Dishes: Unlearning STI Stigma and Moving Beyond Clinical Definitions of Safer Sex (3 CEs)

$105.00

Modern Sex Therapy Institutes presents a LIVE WEBINAR with Jenelle Marie Pierce

April 11, 2020 | 10am to 1pm EST 

Topic: Dirty is for Dishes: Unlearning STI Stigma and Moving Beyond Clinical Definitions of Safer Sex

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Description

Through this course, participants will unravel the intersectional origins of stigma, why it persists, and how to address myths and scare tactics that continue to reinforce false narratives. With a pleasure-focused and inclusive lens, participants will learn practical knowledge to substantiate their safer sex tools and resources, while considering appropriate risk and accessible prevention. Lastly, participants will learn how to move beyond the clinical definitions of safer sex by supporting the diversity of  people who experience an STI by acknowledging and respecting all bodies, all identities, and all relationship structures.

15 Min – Introduction, Terminology, Safe Teaching Environment and Confidentiality

45 Min – Psychosocial origins of stigma, a cross-sectional look at stigmatized populations, stigmatized in-group behavioral trends and implications

10 Min – Break

45 Min – Identifying social, cultural, intergenerational, historical, and biological influences impacting STI education, prevention, management, and wellness. Self-assessment and privilege.

50 Min – Action steps and ongoing considerations for educational and clinical applications, language and identity as it relates to risk assessment and prevention, empowering the end-user with medically-accurate, consent-based, and pleasure-focused STI education, tools, and resources.

15 Min – Questions, Follow-up resources

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