Hot, Sexy, and Safer-Again: Sex in the 90s

Once again the Athenaeum is proud to welcome
Suzanne Landolphi for an evening of comedy,
honesty, and straightforward discussion about the
AIDS epidemic. Last October Ms. Landolphi brought to
Claremont her zany, yet educational approach to the
subject of AIDS and safer sex. We are happy to welcome
her again for a night of humor, frankness, veracity, and
facts-facts about the AIDS crisis and other sexually
transmitted diseases.

It is now estimated that one in every 300 college
students is infected with the AIDS virus. We need to get
the facts and know the truth about AIDS, and begin to
seriously think about how to educate ourselves and
others about how not to spread the AIDS virus.

Suzanne Landolphi, of Hot, Sexy, and Safer Productions, brings a fresh, new approach to the discussion of
safer sex. Ms. Landolphi has educated high school and
college students across the country with her humorous,
entertaining, and candid approach. Her extensive experience in theater and television allows her to capture
her audience in a very creative and innovative way.

Suzanne Landolphi feels that before we can begin to
practice safer sex, we need to talk about it. She does just
that-and more. Come join Suzanne Landolphi at the
Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum for a truly stimulating
and informative evening, beginning with a 5:30 reception and 6:00 dinner. "Hot, Sexy, and Safer-Again: Sex in the 90s"
begins at 7:00 p.m.