In a society where sex workers often get discriminated against, the question of decriminalization of sex work should be highly considered. Sex workers often face violence in their field including physical, sexual and psychological violence.
Last Wednesday, I attended the “Blood Donor Policy Panel” in the Charles B. Wang Center Theater presented by Stony Brook University’s Blood Donor Equality Movement. To be honest, my original purpose for going to the panel was to satisfy the “Hot Topic” event requirement for my undergraduate college. As soon as the panelists were introduced, my attention was fully devoted to the discussion on stage.
While public colleges provide condoms without charge and allow condom distribution, Catholic colleges and universities, including Boston College, have banned students from distributing free condoms on campus. “Boston College and…
Valentine’s Day might be over, but the last thing sexually active college students want to give their significant other is HIV or an STI. That’s why the Center for Prevention and Outreach (CPO), along with Choosing Healthy Options In a College Environment (CHOICE), will be doing what they can to make the importance of safe sex clear to the Stony Brook campus.