This sounds very odd, because it is. I go to a feminist really cool martial arts/self-defense school(dojo) called the Center for Anti-violence Education. I'm in the teen women's ongoing class and every year we do an activism project. For example, last year we painted a huge anti-violence mural on the side of Rite-Aid. They decided it was too controversial and white-washed it
This year, our activism project is a safer sex carnival for teens at the dojo. I swear this wasn't my idea. Anyway, we're doing safer sex workshops and self-defense workshops all day as well as having activity tables and lots of information and a karate demo. We also think it would be a really good idea to have safer sex games. Everyone cheered when we thought of this because it sounds like lots of fun. The problem is that we can't really think of any. We want them to be really fun and age appropriate for 13-19 year olds. They'll all be run by my classmates and I. So, any ideas?
What about the experiment that Only In Dreams talked about in Sexual Ethics and Politics? I think it was in Miz Scarlet's thread about does sex ed lead to more sex?
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Hmmm . . . no ideas for games, but you could find some extremely appropriate music from the eighties/early nineties.
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Condom relays. You'll need quite a few made-for-ed dildos for this, but it works well. Each person on the team has to run up and roll their condom on the next person's dildo. Then that person runs to the next person, and so on.
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