Wes Has Sex, But Does Wes Have Sex Questions?

Abbey Francis ’14 helps us continue our efforts to attract a new demographic to Wesleying:

Dearest Wesleyan,

Do you have sex? A little birdie(s) told me that you do, and now I want your questions for my last Fran-Sexuality column of the year. So send me the naive, the obscure, the confusing, the weird! Send me whatever you’ve got Wesleyan, I’m here to answer.

Please submit questions to arfrancis(at)wesleyan(dawt) edu by 4:00 pm on Wednesday, April 27th. All questions will be answered privately via e-mail, a few will be published this Friday in the Argus. Submissions are completely anonymous (even if you use your wes address, I promise not to give you weird looks).

Hope to hear from you soon!


Abbey Francis
Author of Fran-Sexuality, The Wesleyan Argus’ Sexual Health Column

Date: April 25 – April 27
Time: 12:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Place: The Interwebz

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5 thoughts on “Wes Has Sex, But Does Wes Have Sex Questions?

  1. Simon

    Because female sexuality is mysterious and alluring, and male sexuality is simple and base. Duh.

  2. Tenured Radical

    Why would you post this picture? I realize we all make questionable choices when we blog, but a naked woman, with attention drawn to her vagina (the sign is perhaps large enough to cover a micropenis, but not testes) strikes me as a sexist choice. Just asking. I piss people off worse than you do, so please take this as food for thought rather than something negative.

    1. Yep

      wesleying has a history of using images of disembodied female (or assumed female) forms and parts- despite multiple signs of other student outrage (see: latin@ affirmation month post with a picture of a girl’s butt)

    2. Anonymous

      I’m surprised that this wasn’t brought up sooner. I’m sure some Wesleying readers (namely, “Yep”) will be disappointed to find out that the image is the one the event submitter asked us to use.

  3. Ayn Rand

    Why not post answers that couldn’t fit in the Argus on Wesleyan? It would be a lot more productive and synergistic. There’s no limitation on cyberspace (not entirely true, but close enough).

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