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Founded in November 2012 by McCall Dempsey, Southern Smash was created to fill a silent void in our society. Poor body image and negative self-talk have sadly become a cultural norm. Through its unique and empowering scale smashing event and SmashTALK panel discussions, the Southern Smash program aims to educate the public about eating disorders and empower individuals to celebrate and embrace true beauty and self-love. Join us virtually as we talk all things body image, eating disorders and how to SMASH diet culture and the mental health stigma. We hope to see you there! 

At the Well for Health Promotion, we truly understand the importance of practicing being present and aware of our inner thoughts, feelings and surroundings. We also understand that life circumstances don’t always leave us time to breathe out and relax. Let us help! Stop by to grab a mindfulness jar that will be packed with tools for mindfulness success. We start handing kits out at 12:00 PM and will keep them out until supplies run out. While supplies last.  
Location: 12 to 1 PM, McAlister  
Hosted by The Well for Health Promotion  

Join Campus Health and the Office for Gender and Sexuality Diversity for a panel discussion on accessing trans and queer healthcare on and off campus. At this event, students will be able to ask speak with representatives from local community clinics and the Student Health Center. Students are able to both attend and pose questions anonymously, if desired. 

When is the last time that you made time and space to fully be present in your body and sexuality? Join Dr. Flint and Dr. Terrebone to learn what it means to be fully present in your body. In this workshop we will be discussing the meaning of embodiment, dive into a guided sexual embodiment practice, and a releasing ritual. By the time you leave this workshop you will have reflected on what it means to really embody your sexuality, radically and authentically.  
This event will be taking place in-person and is limited to 12 participants, please RSVP through WaveSync.  

Swing by our tables for a hot nutritious meal, body respect resources, safer sex supplies, and information about Body Respect Week 2021 events throughout the week! We hope to see you there! 
Location: McAlister Walkway, 11AM – 2 PM
Hosted by Campus Health  
Hot lunch and snacks will be provided  

Thursday of Body Respect Week is all about discussing how our bodies deserve to be touched affectionately and with respect! SAPHE will be unpacking this idea with a tabling event focused on sexual empowerment. Join us on McAlister from 11 AM to 3 PM on Thursday, January 28th to participate in a spin the wheel activity where you can complete tasks or answer trivia questions to receive a sex-positive sticker for your laptop, water bottle, or phone case! 

Happy New Year! The MENtality Project is back this semester with more conversations with campus partners, students and external colleagues on topics related to healthy masculinity. We are kicking off our MENtality Monday series by collaborating with Tulane’s first Body Respect Week! Despite the stereotypes that eating disorders and body image issues only occur in women, about 1 in 3 people struggling is male. Eating disordered behaviors are nearly as common among men as they are among women.