PAWTUCKET, R.I. — The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health (CSPH) is on track to celebrate its fifth year as a sex-positive educational organization with a “$5 for Five” crowdfunding campaign.
The CSPH’s “$5 for Five” campaign began May 5 and will run through May 10. To donate, click here.
Founded in February 2010, the CSPH is an educational organization that works to reduce sexual shame, challenge misinformation and advance the field of sexuality.
The CSPH provides sex-positive sexuality education and cultural dialogue through a wide variety of programming, including workshops, performances, and sex trivia nights for community members; practical skill-building events and classes for emerging and experienced professionals; and presentations for hospitals, medical organizations and at national conferences.
The Center also maintains one of the largest sexual resource and media libraries in the northeast, available for public perusal.
Additionally, The CSPH offers wide-reaching web resources, such as a video series and weekly features such as a news digest and articles highlighting upcoming conferences and relevant sexual studies to keep visitors educated, entertained and aware.
“Since 2010, our interdisciplinary team approach has ensured that our work addresses the physical, emotional, and mental needs that arise within the complex intersections of health and pleasure,” said Megan Andelloux, founder and director of The CSPH. “We work to educate peopl e and spark dialogue, especially around topics that may be very difficult, in service of creating a more sexually literate society and promoting sexual health and wellness.
“The CSPH is uniquely qualified to lead this conversation as an organization founded and governed by certified sexuality educators, licensed social workers, and practicing physicians.”
The CSPH will also celebrate its anniversary with its “An Affair to Remember” celebration on Sept. 19. For more information, click here.
A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the CSPH is tax-exempt; donations made to The CSPH are tax-deductible.