Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: April 12, 2013 By Tina Li, student coordinator at Community HealthMy name is Tina Li and I am a student coordinator at Community Health, the public health division of Wardenburg Health Center. For the past few semesters, I have been involved in the production of a podcast called Sex Buffs. Sex Buffs is a sex positive podcast that serves as an example of the different experiences people have with sex, gender, society, and sexuality. I think that having these conversations is important because people often have unrealistic expectations and images of what sex and gender are. Hearing about other peoples’ experiences can open the door for people to have conversations about sex, gender and society. I feel that this can be a valuable skill because it can lower anxiety and help with maintaining healthy relationships. More importantly, it can empower people to advocate for themselves and gain confidence about who they are and the choices they make. Working on Sex Buffs has definitely helped me learn how to have honest and constructive conversations!
Related Tele2 eyes converged boost with Com Hem rebrand Tele2 Group revived plans for an extraordinary shareholder dividend as outgoing CEO Anders Nilsson (pictured) reported the group had performed relatively well in Q2 against the backdrop of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.In its results statement, Nilsson praised Tele2’s performance in a quarter which had been “difficult for the sector and society as a whole,” pointing to its launch of consumer 5G services in Sweden and progress in signing customers up to converged services.The operator, however, still booked a drop in service revenue on pandemic-related issues, citing reductions from international roaming, equipment and mobile prepaid sales, along with the suspension of premium sport, which impacted its broadcast offer.Net profit of SEK900 million ($99.3 million) was down SEK1.2 billion year-on-year, though the company noted its Q2 2019 results had been positively impacted by the sale of its operation in Kazakhstan.Revenue adjusted to exclude divested operations fell 2 per cent to SEK6.65 billion.The company’s extraordinary dividend, which will distribute a total of SEK2.4 billion to shareholders, was postponed in April to improve its cash position to help mitigate any issues related to the pandemic.Nilsson noted the plan, and its financial guidance for the year, were being reinstated now it had a “better view of the pandemic impact and a solid plan of mitigations”.Tele2 will hold a shareholder meeting to vote on the issue in September. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Previous ArticleSpecial Partner Report: 5G SA Summit at GSMA Thrive China 2020Next ArticleTelefonica expands IoT, big data partnership Tele2 looks to a post-pandemic world Home Tele2 plays-down Covid-19 impact on Q2 Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Tele2 set for exec team shake-up AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 15 JUL 2020 Tags Chris Donkin Q2 earningsTele2 Author