Our bad: ‘If asking is sexy, why is telling taboo?’ is open to all

That program presented by the Campus Life Healthy Choices Task Force along with the Sexual Assault Center is open not only to students but faculty and staff interested in the larger issue of healthy relationships and the availability of campus resources if a relationship becomes unhealthy. “If Asking is Sexy, Why is Telling Taboo? What do you think?” is the title for the event from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Thursday, April 14, in Phoenix B.

If asking is sexy, why is telling taboo?

The Campus Life Healthy Choices Task Force along with the Sexual Assault Center invites students to a discussion which explores what healthy relationships look like and the barriers to seeking resources on our campus and in the community if a relationship becomes unhealthy. “If Asking is Sexy, Why is Telling Taboo? What do you think?” is the title for the event from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Thursday, April 14, in Phoenix B. Free pizza will be served to the first 80 attendees. The event is sponsored by a grant from the Office of Justice Assistance.