What an incredible night we had at our 14th annual gala for the Patty Brisben Foundation, “All That Glitters is Glam!” If you were there with us at the Greenacres Art Center, thank you for being part of a special evening to raise funds for the Foundation.
Because of you, and our wonderful sponsors, partners and donors, we are able to keep the conversation going on women’s sexual health and get it out in the open. As we continually say, women’s sexual health impacts every part of a woman’s life.
Despite this, most healthcare providers receive very little training when it comes to sexuality, and even less in the area of female sexual health. That’s where the Patty Brisben Foundation comes in, to get the conversation going in our country, and around the world. At a time when centers for women’s health care are closing, it’s more important than ever to provide sexual health services to women who need them.
While we’re still basking in the glow of our “glitter,” we have another sexual health conversation coming up next month. On Tuesday, November 12, we will have a panel discussion on Sexual Health and Trauma at 6 p.m. at Northern Kentucky University’s Student Union.
Our panel will feature esteemed local physicians and experts exploring the conversation on sexual health following trauma. This is a discussion for anyone and everyone going through, or supporting someone who has experienced trauma.
Registration is free, but we welcome you to RSVP by clicking HERE . Sign up soon, before we have to close registration. It’s a tough, but important conversation to have, and we hope you will join us. It’s because of your donations that we can continue to offer these free panel discussions.
Again, thanks for being part of our Gala to help continue the work of the Patty Brisben Foundation, and remember that #sexualhealthmatters!