Tag Archives: SART

Sex the Sex with WeSex

Willa Sexman ’15 sent you a sext:

Sex things are great! Ten thousand emails a week are overwhelming! Let’s do more sex things with fewer emails!

Message wbeckman(at)wesleyan(dot)edu to be added to the WeSex listserv and get a weekly email on all sex (and health and queer) things at Wesleyan. Updates from ASHA, the PHAs, the SART Intern, We Speak We Stand, SFCC, Take Back The Night, the Clinic Escorts, Unlocked, and QueerWes will be combined and sent out in one (really just one I promise!) message letting you know all of the things going on during the week, how to get involved, and where to get free condoms and sex toys.

Involved in a sex-related group that isn’t part of WeSex? Email wbeckman(at)wesleyan(dot)edu about your group to get on the list!

Apply to be the Next SART Intern

From Sexual Violence Resource Coordinator Alysha Warren:

Applications for the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Intern for the 2014-2015 academic year are now being accepted. The deadline has been extended to Monday, March 31st at 5pm. The SART Intern plays a multi-functional role in sexual violence prevention, education and outreach initiatives in the Wesleyan community. The SART Intern provides trained peer support to help students navigate on and off campus resources and judicial processes. The intern also serves as a liaison among administrative and student groups engaged in sexual violence prevention and response initiatives.

See here for job description and application.

Contact Alysha B. Warren, Sexual Violence Resource Coordinator, or
Rachel Verner ’15, SART Intern, with questions.

Thank you for your interest!

BDSM Consent Workshop

This seems like a good combo with Hedwig and the Angry Inch, via SART Intern Rachel Verner ’15:

Like getting down and dirty to Rihanna? Do chains and whips excite you? Come talk about ways to enjoy the kinkiest forms of sex, while keeping it safe and consensual. Also, consider it a meet and greet with your like-minded peers. So whether you like being tied up or tied down, whether you want to be bitten or like to bite, we have something for everyone. Check out the Facebook Event for more details.

Date: Today, April 11
Time: 2-3pm
Place: Usdan 108 (ooooh baby)
Cost: $0
Facebook Event: Link.

In Store for a New Pair of Undies?

PROOFS

SART Intern Rachel Verner ’15 wants you to look good for Undies in Olin to make your conversations about consent a little sexier:

Let your laundry pile grow a little while longer with a few extra pairs of underwear. And even better, help promote sexual consent while you rock your new duds. All underwear are marked with the logo “assk” to remind you both to seek and give consent, and proceeds will be going towards sexual violence prevention. There are 5 styles options, and 3 colour choices for each. Once the shipment comes in, we will have Iron-On Transfer Stations where you can personalize your underwear with your own phrases of consent.

Order here by April 9th!

Cost: $10/pair or 3 paris for $25Payments can be made to Rachel Verner ’15 (SART Intern), Christian Hosam ’15 (Dwight Greene Intern), and Katy Thompson ’15 (QRC Intern).

Keep an eye on the Facebook Event for details on where and when we’ll be collecting money. All underwear is a product of American Apparel Wholesale.

Former Student Files Suit Against University

I’ve been trying to figure out how to start off this post and I’m not sure I’ll do better than the Hartford Courant: “A former Wesleyan University student who was assaulted two years ago during a Halloween fraternity party filed a federal lawsuit Friday accusing the school of failing to protect her from dangers at [Beta Theta Pi] fraternity, which she claims was known on campus as the ‘Rape Factory.’ ” In an extremely brief article, the Courant notes that one ‘Jane Doe’ of Maryland has filed a 27-page lawsuit in the US District Court of Connecticut, alleging that the University violated Title IX by failing to “warn or otherwise take corrective action” against the fraternity that could have prevented the assault.

As many of you may know, Beta was the primary subject of some controversy very recently, as the University, in the midst of a smoldering disagreement with Beta, changed its housing policy to specifically declare that “Wesleyan students will be prohibited from residing in—or using for social activities—houses or property owned, leased or operated by private societies that are not recognized by the University,” which essentially meant that the University could punish you for eating dinner at a ‘unrecognized’ church, or secret society, or a cupcake shop, or a strip club, or pretty much anything else. Needless to say, some people were pretty confused and pretty pissed.

Revolutionary Self-Care: Building Healthy and Diverse Relationship Skills

SART Intern Rachel Verner ’15 and Sexual Violence Resource Coordinator Alysha Warren invite you:

Having thriving relationships with others starts with caring for and understanding ourselves. Join us in a lively conversation where we will reflect, share experiences and learn new skills to create thriving relationships.

Through this workshop, we will examine and think of new ways to care for ourselves and others, gain deeper understanding of our desires, needs and boundaries, and develop effective ways to communicate and manage conflict in relationships.

Location: Downey House Lounge
Date: Wednesday, October 3rd
Time: 7-8:30pm

Learn more on the Facebook event hereRSVP to rverner(at)weselyan(dot)edu

WeSex Listserve

From favorite life-sized Barbie doll Willa Beckman ’15:
E-mail wbeckman[at]wesleyan[dot]edu to be added to the WeSex listserve and get a weekly message on all things relating to sex at Wesleyan!  Updates from ASHA, the PHAs, the SART Intern, SFCC, Unlocked, and the Clinic Escorts will be combined and sent out in one compact message letting you know all of the things going on during week, how to get involved, and where to get free condoms and vibrators!

Involved in a sex-related group that isn’t part of WeSex? E-mail wbeckman[at]wesleyan[dot]edu about your group to get on the list!

The SART office is open!

The SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) intern Eliza Gordon ’11 will be holding office hours starting this Monday.

Office hours will be held weekly on Mondays 10 am- 12 pm and Wednesdays 2 pm – 6 pm, or by appointment. Eliza can be contacted at any time to schedule appointments by email at ejgordon@wesleyan.edu.  Office hours will be held in the Davidson Health Center, 327 High Street – 2nd floor room 208.

Please also check out the sexual assault awareness blog at http://sexualviolence.blogs.wesleyan.edu/.

Sexual Assault Response Team Intern has office hours

Have any questions about sexual assault on this campus? Wondering what to do if you’ve experienced any kind of sexual violence? What to do if your friend has experienced sexual violence?

Liz Krushnic ’10, the SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) intern, acts as a liaison between students and on- and off-campus resources for sexual violence, advocates for campus sexual violence resources, and creates space for campus dialogue, education, and awareness around issues of sexual violence. The SART intern can help you or a friend navigate a room change, OBHS, the Health Center, reporting, the SJB process, difficulties completing coursework, and any other services you may want or need. The intern also convenes the SART student group that is working on improving Wesleyan’s sexual violence resources and programming.

For any questions, you can contact Liz at ekrushnic[at]wesleyan[dot]edu or come to her office hours as posted below. If you would like to be involved in the student group or have an idea for the group to work on, please feel free to contact Liz.

Office Hours

190 High St. (University Organizing Center, between Beta and Eclectic), Room 104

-Mondays 4-6
-Tuesdays 1:30-6
-Thursdays 4:30-6

Date: now until the end of the year
Time: Mondays 4 – 6 pm, Tuesdays 1:30 – 6 pm, Thursdays 4:30 – 6 pm
Place: 190 High/UOC, Room 104