Greenville, South Carolina — If you’re looking for a sex-ed and safe sex education class, or just looking for sex-positivity, you’ll find it on campus at the University of South Carolina.
“We want to be the best college that we can be, and this is a place where we want to make the best out of the students that come here,” said university Vice President for Communications and External Affairs Mary Beth Lutz.
While there’s a lot of free sex ed classes, it’s a different experience from a traditional college classroom.
The classes have an online format, which means students can go directly to the instructor and have their questions answered by an expert.
They are also equipped with a lot more free resources, like condoms, and other safe sex products.
Lutz says they offer a lot.
“[There’s] condoms, they have condoms, you can also do a pregnancy test, they also have birth control,” Lutz said.
There are also a lot less condoms.
But, the school doesn’t have a single, full-time sex-positive staff member.
Students have the option to get a job, study abroad, work part time at the university, or volunteer their time.
They can even take advantage of the school’s summer program, which has free classes.
Lutz said they have a lot in common with many other colleges in the state, like being in a large university and having the school on campus.
Some students say they feel more comfortable working in a safe environment.
Even the student body has been made aware of the university’s new policy.
South Carolina State University President Scott Johnson said in a statement, “We want students to feel safe and comfortable in their sexual health, so we are making it easier for students to access sex-safe education.
The university is offering free classes on its campus starting March 16 and will expand to all of its campuses in the fall. “
We have more than 1,000 sexual health clinics, and we are committed to providing students with a safe and supportive environment where they can learn more about sex.”
The university is offering free classes on its campus starting March 16 and will expand to all of its campuses in the fall.
You can find more information on the university site.