Female Health Educators
The Female Health Educators provide Western students with information sessions for first-time pelvic exams and birth control appointments in a confidential setting.
Free, confidential sessions.
Call (360) 650-2993 to schedule an appointment.
- Most of us will become sexually active at some point in our life.
- We make no assumptions about your sexual choices.
- You may be part of the 30% of Western students who have not had anal, oral or vaginal sex in the last year.
- Communication is an important piece in assessing your risk with your partner and making sex more enjoyable.
- There are communication skills you can use to make talking about sex easier.
- Two methods are better than one in contraception prevention.
- You may choose abstinence at any time in your life even if you have been sexually active before.
- You can decrease your risk by decreasing your number of partners Abstinence means different things to different people.
- You are worth protecting.
- Healthy sexuality means assessing what your wants and needs are and being able to voice those to your partner.
- Conversations about sex with your partner are not a onetime deal. It is ongoing.
- Everybody and every body deserves respect.
- Before becoming sexually active know your risks.