Your Students' Union

Introducing SHAG Week at Your Students’ Union

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Welfare officer Akhil Sha

As we go through the difficulties of student life, it's important to make sure that every member of our student community feels empowered, informed, and supported in their choices, especially when it comes to sexual health. With this in mind, Your Students’ Union proudly brings you SHAG (Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance) Week; an annual event dedicated to raising awareness to your sexual health. We have planned a series of events and activities aimed at promoting sexual health awareness and education. Here is a look at what's in store:  

Sexual Health Services Stall by the NHS

Date: Tuesday 12 March

Time: 10am-12pm 

Partnering with the NHS, we are bringing vital sexual health services directly to our campus. Visit the NHS stall to access confidential advice, support, and resources from trained professionals as well as sexual health testing.

Safe Sexual Practices and Usage of Sex Toys

Date: Tuesday 12 March

Time: 10am-12pm 

meet us in the stall on safe sexual practices involving sex toys. Explore different products, learn about proper usage and maintenance, and pick up informational leaflets to take home. Exploring safe sexual practices is important for leading a healthy and fulfilling sex life!

SHAG Quiz Night

Date: Thursday 14 March

Time: 6-7:30pm 

Wrap up the week with a fun and educational Quiz Night. Test your knowledge of sexual health trivia, debunk common myths, and win exciting prizes! 

Throughout SHAG Week and beyond, Your Students’ Union will be publishing a series of articles providing sexual health awareness and guidance. Keep an eye on our website and social media channels for insights, resources, and support. We are committed to developing a culture of respect, understanding, and empowerment. We want to ensure that every member of our student community feels supported to make healthy choices regarding their sexual health. For more information visit our sexual health webpages.  



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