Coming at you from the world’s sexiest peer health educator, Jeanne McPhee ’13:
The annual quest for sexual health knowledge and prizes comes at you tomorrow at lunch in Usdan.
Race a buddy in a condom race, learn how to guard yourself from stalkers, and take photos using sexy consent phrases. Along the way, collect prizes and give-a-ways from each of the tables scattered around Usdan. If you visit all of the stations, you will be entered into a drawing to win a high end sex toy likethis, this, orthis!
Come join us, you sexy folk you.
Date: Thursday, April 25 Time: 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM Place: Usdan Tables
When: Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 10th Where: 11 AM to 2 PM outside Usdan Who: Raw You-niverse Smoothies blended with power from the bike generator! ——–Sweet Sage Bakery ——–Horse Listeners Orchard ——–Zen Coffee Roasters ——–Meriano’s Bake Shoppe ——–Auntie Arwen’s Spices ——–Long Lane Farm
and lunch provided by Bon Appetit!
Bring cash (not all vendors accept credit and debit).
Man, the Peer Health Advocates are really looking out for ya’ll. Check it:
Some of you might have exciting plans for winter break! And for some of you, those exciting plans might including stocking up on safer sex supplies before you leave campus for a few weeks. The Peer Health Advocates want to remind you of all the safer sex supplies and resources WesWell has to offer FOR YOUR FREE TAKING! Come by whenever we’re open, and grab what you need.
We carry external condoms, internal condoms, dental dams, and both water-based and silicone-based lubricant. We do have glycerin-free lubricants and condoms, as well as latex-free condoms. Brands we have in stock include: Durex, Trojan, Crown, Beyond Seven, ONE, Kimono, Lifestyles, Pink, Gun Oil, Slipper Stuff, and more. For a detailed list and description of what we have, click here.
Safer sex supplies are located against both sides of the wall behind the entrance of WesWell. (When you walk in, just turn around and look on both sides.)
WesWell is located on the first floor of the Davison Health Center (327 High Street), on the side of the building by the Malcolm X House. Hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am.m to 5:00 p.m. The resource library and safer sex supplies may be accessed whenever Health Services is open.
Freud talked to us about the appropriate “types,” pop culture magazines scream from the shelves that we could be having better ones, and many people experience deep guilt in their quest to experience them. Still, what actually ARE orgasms? For something so celebrated, very few individuals can give a straight definition; people are seemingly just supposed to be grateful if they have them!
The simultaneous mystery and ubiquity of “The Big O” has created a fascination with orgasms, but hasn’t provided a perfect answer to the big questions people ask about them. Fortunately, Oh Megan is here to help!
In this captivating workshop, you will learn about the biological, psychological and sociological issues surrounding orgasms. What types of orgasms are there? How can one have more orgasms? Why do they feel so good? Why do some people struggle to have them? With the use of images, participation, videos, and genital models, Orchestrating Orgasms will bring down the house in a perfect symphony.
Date: Thursday, December 1st, 2011 Time: 7PM (although we recommend you show up early!) Place: Exley 150 WHERE DO I RSVP FOR MY FREE SEX TOY???:Right here!
Are you interested in safer sex and responsible drinking? Do you enjoy displaying your prowess with condoms? Do you just really like talking and doing things? How do you feel about working with puppies?
If you responded positively to any (or all!) of the above, you might consider becoming a Peer Health Advocate!
Winners of last semester’s Study Sex College Tour (and $3,000 worth of sex toys), WesWell’s peer health education group works to make Wesleyan a healthier and less stressful place, one tenga egg at a time. Intrigued? Find out more.
Online applications can be found here, and are due September 30th.
More than 300 Wesleyan students (in addition to students from Southern Connecticut State U, Eastern Connecticut State U, Trinity College, and Conn College) filled the Tishler Lecture Hall this afternoon to support Planned Parenthood and listen to speeches by Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Southern New England Judy Tabar, President of Wesleyan Michael Roth, Planned Parenthood Campus Interns Zak Kirwood ’12 and Susanna Banks ’13,Alex Ketchum ’12, and Hannah Adams ’13 (daughter of PP’s national president, Richards).
In case you didn’t hear, House Republicans voted to completely defund Planned Parenthood last Saturday. (If you don’t know about PP, now you know.) If the Senate passes the spending bill to which is attached (which it likely/hopefully won’t due to the Democractic majority), millions of Americans will lose an invaluable source of affordable primary and preventive sexual health services. A fact that was shared repeatedly at the rally is helpful here: 1 in 5 women have gone to a Planned Parenthood clinic for health services.
In each video, she answers an anonymous question from one of her audiences which she didn’t have time to answer during a presentation. Whatever your awkward questions, if you’re a sex nerd, or if you’re trying educate yourself while avoiding homework… between Megan’s videos and her workshop on sex toys tomorrow night, you should be set. Below is her first video, in which she answers a question about putting starbusts in a vagina (and answers seriously, respectfully, and scientifically, at that).