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The Case for The Consortium — and You

By 2030, about 20 percent of the US population – that’s 71 million people — will be 65 or older. Odds are good that you will either be part of that population or will be joining it before long. Adults are living longer and healthier, and there’s no good reason why they shouldn’t enjoy their sexuality. We’re not implying that every older adult wants to be partnered up, having more sexual interludes than ever.... Read more...

Consortium Plans for Increased Impact in 2013

By Melanie Davis & Robin Goldberg-Glen, Co-Presidents It is with great pleasure that we introduce the 2013 Consortium Board and our goals for 2013. We encourage you to join with us as we work to achieve even more in the areas of education, health, and advocacy related to sexuality and aging. Board of Trustees Co-Presidents: Melanie Davis and Robin Goldberg-Glen Treasurer: Harry Getzov Secretary: Jean Levitan... Read more...

Consortium Members Make a Difference!

By Melanie Davis, PhD, CSE and Karen Hicks, PhD, Consortium Co-Presidents We’re not even half-way through 2012, but we’re too excited to wait for an end-of-year report to share news of the many ways the Consortium and its members are making an impact on sexuality and aging. We hope you’ll be inspired in your own work and that you will consider joining or donating to the Consortium to make even... Read more...

The Golden Brick Award, Honoring Susie Wilson

by Peggy Brick, MEd, CSE, Consortium President Editor’s Note:  Following is a transcript of the remarks given by Peggy Brick on December 9, 2011 at the CFLE National Sex Ed Conference, in honor of Susie Wilson, recipient of the 2011 Golden Brick Award. This transcript was originally posted on http://www.sexuallysmarter.blogspot.com/ Susie Wilson is a founding member of the Sexuality and Aging Consortium at... Read more...

Why Do We Love Our Advisory Board? Let’s Count the Ways…

By Peggy Brick MA, CSE, Consortium Founder & President The continuing growth and impact of the Sexuality and Aging Consortium at Widener University has been possible through not only the commitment and efforts of its members but also from the wise counsel and support we have received from our prestigious Advisory Board. We are extremely grateful to them for helping to make our shared vision a reality that... Read more...

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