Spring is definitely in the air and as the end of the semester draws near, some sweet summer lovin’ is in sight! With so many orgasms on the horizon, let’s take a look back through the sexual histories of a few brave Wes students by asking just two simple questions: What is the story of the first time you came? And what is the story of the most recent time you came?
Here, we recount the first and last orgasms of some sexy Wesleyan sharers. All names have been changed to aliases chosen by the interviewee for the sake of privacy.
THAT’S RIGHT, OH MEGAN IS BACK:
The PHA’s invite you to join Megan Andelloux for a two hour-long interactive lecture on developing our sexual self-understanding: from becoming comfortable with what you want to learning how to communicate those desires to your partners. You’ll learn more about understanding and entertaining your own wants and needs, what other people are into, masturbation techniques (fundamental to exploring your sexuality!), and verbal and nonverbal communication tools. A special focus will be given on how to either give enthusiastic consent or turn people down.
Anonymous questions will be taken from audience members and answered during the presentation, so come with queries in hand! There will be free-goodie-giveaways!
Date: Thursday, November 15
Time: 7 pm (but come early to guarantee yourself a seat)
Place: Crowell Concert Hall
Check out Facebook for more info.
So I know y’all hate metablogging, but here it is anyway. Wesleying is going through a transitional phase (contributors, feel free to lambaste me if you feel that’s a misnomer) and it seems to me that one of the major features of the blog is that it includes the community. So here it is, your chance to give back.
If you like the blog, you probably want to see it get better. If you hate the blog, you probably want to see it get better. So step up guys – we want to here what’s good and what’s not, what you hate and what you love. I know you’ve seen these posts before, but this time we’re serious. There is a definite possibility we might actually listen – but only if you can have the audacity to hope for a change where we all change our hopes to change. Or something. Think of it as Blogging 2.0. Does that make any sense? No it does not. But think of it as that anyway.