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Can I Kiss You?

Location: Campus Center 306

Is it sexy to ask? Does it kill the mood? How do you ask? Join the Office of Equal Opportunity for our Can I Kiss You? workshop to talk about how attractive it is when someone asks to get intimate!

RSVP at: go.hawaii.edu/CCj. RSVP not mandatory, but highly encouraged.

For more information, contact: destinyr@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7958


Tags: Office of Equal Opportunity OEO Title IX Can I Kiss You Prevention Education Asking Campus Center

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