PCC in the news
Friday, December 12, 2008: ‘Sextalk’ Offers Frank Advice
For students who find talking about sex to be just plain awkward, Harvard’s Peer Contraceptive Counselors (PCC) are here to help, although they won’t tell you who to date.
Friday, March 12, 1999: Peer Contraceptive Counselors: Answering Your Most Intimate Questions
It may be housed in a doctor’s office, but Peer Contraceptive Counselors (PCC) is a place for students to feel comfortable voicing their sexual concerns. The name itself is deceptive–rather than just a medicine chest stocked with condoms and other contraceptives, the PCC office is a place where students can talk privately about sexuality with peers trained to be experts.
Wednesday, October 16, 1991: Dr. Ruth to Come to Campus: Wants Harvard Prudes to Speak Candidly About Sex
Famed sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer will speak at Harvard about “Sex in the ’90s” on October 28.
An author, television personality and host of the radio program “Sex on Sunday,” Dr. Ruth is speaking at college campuses to promote her new book about safe and pleasurable sex, and to prod men and women into talking more openly about their sexual concerns.
Friday, September 28, 1990: Nadja Gould: Counselors’ Counselor Hits Crises Head On
In the past six years, since Gould and members of PCC started a dorm-to-dorm contraception education outreach program, the number of pregnancies at Harvard has declined dramatically.