On February 6th, Clayton State University Health Services hosted their first-ever Project Condom as part of their Homecoming Fashion Show. Nearly 200 students, faculty, and staff attended to take part in an initiative that promotes sexual health and safer sex on campus. This event included musical and dance performances by several groups on their campus.
CSU Health Services partnered with three campus organizations: The Fashion Society, National Society of Leadership and Success, and the Gay/Straight Alliance, where four teams took to stage modeling fun, chic outfits. ONE® is so excited to start a partnership with organizations that share the same passion of advocating safer sex in their communities in creative, engaging ways.
All participants received goody bags provided by ONE, with an effort to highlight the importance of sexual health awareness. They left with informational materials, encouraging students to attend the University Health Services Free STD testing event on March 3rd and April 7th. ONE is also excited to announce that The National Society of Leadership and Success has a component of their organization that raises awareness for PrEP and informational materials provided by ONE will be shared with attendees. ONE is thrilled to continue our partnership with CSU Health Services and can’t wait for next year’s show!