Unrealistic images and expectations about sex and gender are common, and the skills to address these issues in a realistic way are more rare. This podcast, for students, by students offers a chance to hear actual University of Colorado Boulder students talking with one another about their own experience of sex, gender and development. We believe that this model can help students tap into their own experiences, and practice articulating them together. Community Health, a division of Wardenburg Health Center, undertook this project because this skill is associated with better relationships, lower anxiety, and a greater sense of confidence about the choices people make, whatever they are. The capacity to listen carefully to others, reflect on the broad range of human experiences, and think critically about social context are key skills for students in higher education.
This series features a broad range of CU students with various genders, and various experiences of their own sexuality and development.
We have honest, constructive conversations with guests about sexuality, gender, and sex health. We believe this podcast can be a great resource for classes, projects, and counseling. Each podcast is about 30 minutes long, and could be a helpful way to open complicated topics in a realistic, compassionate context.
SexBuffs is free on iTunes and Soundcloud