From Leah Bakely ’16:
Come to Motorboat Your Myths! This interactive workshop with Cassandra Corrado from the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health (where Oh Megan works) will address the sexuality myths you’ve heard and guide you through the facts about sexual health, sex positivity, safer sex, hook up culture, fun fondling, and orgasms. You will also have an opportunity to get your own questions answered. There will be prizes (read: vibrators, dildos, butt plugs, and things you’ve never even heard of).
Brought to you by the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health, Adolescent Sexual Health Awareness (ASHA), FGSS, and American Studies.
Date: Wednesday, November 18
Time: 7 PM – 9 PM
Place: Exley 150 (Tishler Hall)
Emily Moody ’15 writes:
If you’re interested in teaching sexual health workshops to Connecticut high school students, come to ASHA’s (Adolescent Sexual Health Awareness) first meeting to learn more about our new plans for the year! Newcomers and old members are all welcome — e-mail emoody[at]wesleyan[dot]edu with any questions or if you want more information.
Date: Monday, September 15th
Time: 8:30 – 9:30 PM
Place: OCS Lounge (Allbritton 318)
Want to practice enthusiastic consent without waking up your roommate? Holly Everett ’15 has got a sexy idea for you:
Good with your hands?
Sign Language House wants you to prove it. Come by the house Wednesday April 10th at 6 pm for a comprehensive lesson in ASL sex signs. We will cover words and phrases relating to sex, sexual arousal, protection, and body parts, as well as discuss issues around sexual education in the Deaf community.
No sign language background necessary.
Feel free to come early (5:30ish) for regular sign house conversation hour with ASL pro Karen Warren.
Date: Today, April 10th
Place: Sign House (64 Lawn)
Yes, that kind of protection.
September 1992 was an interesting time in Wesleyan’s history. “Fall Ball” was cut due to budgeting problems (an autumn version of Spring Fling?), and a whole new WSA was being assembled after the entire group had been disbanded during the previous school year.
However, squished between articles about how all the frats had to cancel their beginning-of-the-school-year parties and blurbs about every single WSA candidate was this gem of a post, titled “How to Use a Condom Correctly.”