Skip to main content Skip to secondary navigation
Feedback

Welcome to the new SHARE Title IX website

We value your insights and feedback on your experience navigating the new SHARE site. Please complete this short survey. Thank you.

Beyond Sex Ed

Main content start
Image of an iceberg, with an arrow pointing to the above-water part of the iceberg saying, "sex, orientation, genitals," and the below-water part of the iceberg saying "SO MUCH MORE," referring to just how much more there is to sexuality than what we initially assume. The image is titled Beyond Sex Ed: Consent & Sexuality at Stanford.

Beyond Sex Ed: Consent and Sexuality at Stanford is a transformative experience for incoming frosh and transfer undergraduates at Stanford, which features personal stories from current students, supported by a framework for thinking about sexuality interpersonally and culturally.  

Students collaborated with Stanford’s SHARE Office to create this program, which asks students to intentionally develop their sexual citizenship. Beyond Sex Ed provides a thoughtful space to learn about, discuss and share stories of sexuality, reflecting students’ lived experiences as well as the surrounding systems of culture that influence those experiences. The program’s underlying philosophy is to engage the culture from the inside, out: cultivating empathy, agency, and growth in community.


The inaugural Beyond Sex Ed program was held in fall of 2016.


Artwork for the program was custom made by Eva Jordan. To contact Eva, email evajordan6@gmail.com.