SEX SIGNALS Coming to Montana Tech

SEX SIGNALS is coming to Montana Tech on September 15, 2016 at 7:00 PM. The production will be in the Copper Lounge, located in the Montana Tech Student Union Building.

SEX SIGNALS takes the audience on an interactive, relevant, and often-hilarious exploration of beliefs, behaviors, and gender stereotypes related to dating and sexual interaction.

Sex Signals has been performed over 3,500 times at colleges and universities of all sizes and has been seen by over 1 million students worldwide. Over 80% of institutions would definitely have the program return. In fact, Sex Signals was awarded “Speaker of the Year” from Campus Activities Magazine in 2015 and 2016.

This is our 2nd year in bringing SEX SIGNALS to Montana Tech students. They are entertaining as well as educational. Through improvisation, they engage students in the timely topics of social pressures, gender stereotypes and unrealistic sexual expectations as well as the role of alcohol in its impact on relationship decision making,” notes Scott Forthofer, Director of Residence Life at Montana Tech. S

EX SIGNALS is sponsored by the Montana Tech Rape Prevention Education Team. For further information contact Cricket Pietsch at 406-496-3730 or Amanda Badovinac at 406-496-4828.