The following is a transcription of the keynote speech Bill Taverner, MA, CSE, executive director of the Center for Sex Education, made at this year’s North Carolina Sexual Health Conference. This speech is especially timely, considering that September is Sexual Health Month. Considering a career in sexual health? This post is a must-read. I want… Read more »
(Editor’s note: Kirsten deFur, the editor of the new, soon-to-be-released edition of Unequal Partners, introduces us to her the new manual below.) I am absolutely thrilled to have had the opportunity to be the editor for the 4th Edition of Unequal Partners: Teaching About Power, Consent, and Healthy Relationships. The original manual, published in the… Read more »
To Our White Colleagues: There’s Plenty of Room at the Table for Racial Justice in Sexuality Education
By Marlene Pray, Karen Rayne, and Bill Taverner This past weekend, we were witnesses to an historic event: the first-ever conference on Black Families, Black Relationships, and Black Sexuality organized and executed by the Association for Black Sexologists and Clinicians. The weekend was a mix of thought, learning, networking, fun, good food, and important conversations…. Read more »
Last week we posted pictures of Bill Taverner’s panel at the 2015 World Sexual Health Day – and today we’re posting his prepared comments on sexuality education in the United States: Thank you so much for including me in today’s event. I am honored to be surrounded by such distinguished colleagues, and to share my… Read more »
Center for Sex Education Executive Director Bill Taverner recently spoke at the 2015 World Sexual Health Day, hosted by WAS and the UNFPA. This is a photo story of the day’s events. Bill Taverner’s prepared remarks are here!
Every now and then, the media gets it right, and that’s a pretty great time to celebrate what can happen, what kind of information, can get out to people in need of that information. Last week, that exact thing happened! Bill Taverner, our Executive Director over here at the Center for Sex Education, was interviewed… Read more »