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The Gender, Power and Sexuality Workshop is a 10week, discussion-based workshop that aims to destigmatize marginalized genders and  sexualities by providing comprehensive sex education and facilitating honest dialogue. Peer facilitators and participants collaborate to create a non-judgmental, accessible, and anti-oppressive environment where people from all backgrounds and identities can share information and resources, support and challenge each other, and learn and grow individually and collectively. GPS works to raise consciousness about how oppression functions while promoting and providing tools for informed decision-making, self-advocacy, and non-violent communication.  Topics discussed in GPS range from reproductive justice and body changes to masturbation,  safer sex, and active desires!  GPS meets for two hours, twice a week on Brown University’s campus and is not for course credit.

The Gender, Power and Sexuality Workshop is a 10week, discussion-based workshop that aims to destigmatize marginalized genders and  sexualities by providing comprehensive sex education and facilitating honest dialogue. Peer facilitators and participants collaborate to create a non-judgmental, accessible, and anti-oppressive environment where people from all backgrounds and identities can share information and resources, support and challenge each other, and learn and grow individually and collectively. GPS works to raise consciousness about how oppression functions while promoting and providing tools for informed decision-making, self-advocacy, and non-violent communication.  Topics discussed in GPS range from reproductive justice and body changes to masturbation,  safer sex, active desires! GPS meets for two hours, twice a week on Brown University’s campus and is not for course credit.