- August 21 - Let's Talk About Sex, 7 PM - 9 PM, Campus Center Ballroom
- August 22 - Faculty/ Staff Safe Zone Training, 9 AM - Noon
- Sept 25 - Safe Zone To Go Part 1, 6-6:30, Campus Center 108.3
- December 1 - World Aids Day
- February - Vagina Monologues, Townsend Center
- March 6-9 - Episodes in Sexuality, Townsend Center Dangle Theater
Let's Talk About Sex
An annual panel discussion during fall semester featuring experts from infectious disease, OB-GYN, health education, and patient advocacy. Join us for a conversation about taking ownership of your experiences.
This year's event will be on August 21, 7 PM - 9 PM, in the Campus Center Ballroom.
The Clothesline Project
The Clothesline Project is a visual display of t-shirts created by survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. This project is typically displayed along the walkway outside the library during the spring.
Eve Ensler's Vagina Monologues are brought to life by UWG's theater department, in this dramatization of what it means to be a woman. Attend one of our performances this February. Contact the RX Committee for more details.
Episodes in Sexuality
The UWG Theatre Company and the Responsible Sexuality Committee bring this original production to our students for the 28th year. Produced in a different iteration each year, Episodes in Sexuality is a company devised work focusing on issues of sexuality experienced by college students. Episodes combines humor and pathos to bring the students of UWG something everyone can relate to. Contains strong language and explicit material.
March 6-9, 2019; Townsend Center Dangle Theater. For more information or to get tickets visit the Townsend Center Box Office.
Take Back the Night
First Monday of Health & Safety Week prior to Spring Break
Protect Our Pack: It's On Us campaign
Special speakers and programs throughout the year
Safe Zone Training
Safe Zone training is an ongoing workshop series to educate about LGBTQ+ identities. These trainings are offered regularly to faculty and staff. Individual campus departments may request specialized trainings. Some training opportunities are also available for students. For more information visit the Safe Zone Training page, or contact Lo Denmon, RXCom's Safe Zone Chair.
World AIDS Day