George Mason University Draws Awareness to Sexual Health Resources through Project CONDOM
On March 30th, George Mason University’s Student Support and Advocacy Center hosted their 10th Annual HIV & AIDS Awareness Show: Oblivion, which featured a Project Condom fashion show at the University's Center for the Arts! More than 200 university affiliated individuals attended the event. The fashion show educated both participants and audience members about safer sex conversations around HIV & AIDS.
According to event organizers, the event successfully educated the campus community about HIV symptoms and prevention, and provided tips to audience members on what types of sexual health resources were available to them on or nearby campus, such as STI testing locations.
Our team here at ONE® is proud of everyone who was involved in organizing and participating in this year's event! We are grateful to have had the opportunity to partner with such a passionate organization that made a significant impact on their community through creativity and love for safer sex education!