by: MORGAN STOLPA, CSU Public Relations Intern
Don’t worry, this carnival won’t have clowns. The Safer Sex Carnival isn’t an ordinary carnival. It is a fun and educational way to get your sex-related questions answered.
The Student Health Services is taking over the MavAve on Tuesday, Feb. 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to host the 2019 Safer Sex Carnival.
During the carnival, students will have the opportunity to visit several tables, ask questions, listen to presentations, take photos in a photo booth, enter giveaways and win prizes.
One of the tables will be the, “Ask our Experts” table which will have nurses and pharmacists from the Student Health Services to answer students’ questions.
“The Safer Sex Carnival is a fun and educational event about safe sex with lots of games, giveaways and prizes,” said David Paine, Student Health Services graduate assistant.
This carnival will leave you with valuable information about safer sex and won’t leave you with a stomach ache after overeating greasy food and riding the tilt-a-whirl. So bring your friends, roommates, boyfriends, girlfriends or whomever, and strap yourselves in for an exciting ride into a topic that everyone should know more about: safer sex.