WesKink writes in:
Interested in kink/BDSM? Polyamory/non-mongamy? Just curious? WesKink offers a safe space to learn and explore!
Answer questions like:
Is kink always sexual?
How do I safely tie up my partner?
What does BDSM stand for?
How can I talk to my partner about what I want?
WesKink is a group for any Wesleyan student interested in kink, BDSM, non-monogamy and polyamory, or any other alternative sex/relationship practices. Our meetings provide a safe space for discussion of these topics open to people of all identities and experience levels. Together we learn about the wide variety of things under the kink umbrella, and how to explore those things safely and consensually!
Like all our meetings, this is open to the campus at large! Everyone is welcome, regardless of interest or experience level! This meeting will focus on defining kink and providing an idea of what WesKink is all about. We’ll pass around some toys, talk about kink, and get to know one another. Snacks will be provided!
Can’t make the meeting but interested? Email wesleyankink[at]gmail[dot]com to get on the listserve!
RSVP to the Facebook Event here
Date: Monday, February 13th
Place: Usdan 108
It’s that time of year again …. the annual Wesleyan production of The Vagina Monologues !!!!!
Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues is a series of monologues about bodies, sex, empowerment, and love.
PROCEEDS FROM TICKET SALES BENEFIT THE LOCAL MIDDLETOWN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER (New Horizons). http://www.newhorizonsdv.com/about_us
Tickets will be sold at the Usdan box office starting on Tuesday
Performances will be held in Memorial Chapel
Thursday (2/11) – 8PM
Friday (2/12) – 8PM
Saturday (2/13) – 8PM
The show runs 90 minutes.
Christine Elizabeth Clarke
Meg de Recat
Date: Thursday, February 11 – Saturday, February 13
Time: All shows begin at 8 PM
Place: Memorial Chapel
Cost: $6 tickets — Usdan box office
From Brenna Tharnstrom ’16:
Come to Usdan this Saturday from 8pm-12am to SexPress Yourself with SALD and WesWell!
Babeland will open the night hosting one of their amazing workshops!
All night there will be an awesome and pleasurable sexual health carnival! The first 50 attendees will receive a free sex toy! But if you miss that mark, you can always participate in the activities at all the different tables, and enter a raffle to pick a fancy sex toy of your choosing!
Let’s have fun and learn some sexciting new stuff!
Date: Saturday, November 14th
From WesWell comes this announcement:
Check out all of the sexy events during Sexual Health Week (April 20-24)! Brought to you by WesWell & your friendly Peer Health Advocates!
As an undergraduate at Wesleyan, Debra Haffner ’76 was a vocal activist for social justice and co-founder of Wesleyan’s first Women’s Center. Since graduation, Rev. Haffner has held leadership roles at Planned Parenthood, SIECUS, and other non-profit organizations. Most recently, she founded the Religious Institute, a multi-faith organization dedicated to advocating for sexual health, education, and justice in faith communities and society.
Rev. Haffner will talk about her career working for the rights of women and families, how to create and grow social impact organizations, and how a Wesleyan education prepares you to change the world. Lunch will be provided.
Date: Wednesday, April 22
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Place: Usdan 108
Cost: Free! Register.
So there’s that thing about Wesleyan being the horniest college, right? Well, part of that reputation might come from the fact that when busy seniors decide to pursue a year-long research project (re: thesis), most of them get a personal carrel in which to study/research/reach academic enlightenment. And when students hear about this simultaneously public and private space, the next question is easy: Have you had sex in it?
Thanks to a 1995 article from the Argus, it’s been a THESISCRAZY thing to ask you if you’ve been doing the boopity boop in your confined academic spaces. So if you’re a 2015er scrambling to wrap up what’s been a two-semester process, you received a survey a couple weeks ago about how you’ve been spending your time in your (or someone else’s) carrel. Out of the 97 carrel-having people doing theses this year, 33% responded to this bangin’ survey.
Let’s just say people really know how to get busy in their carrels. Find the results after the jump!
Gwendolyn Rosen ’15 writes in:
The second event of the Social Death and Survival: Race/Sex/Gender/Vulnerability Series.
Come to continue discussing social death with Dr. Lisa Marie Cacho’s lecture, “Lawful Injustice: Punishing ‘Status Crimes’ Without Penalty.” Dr. Cacho is an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is the author of “Social Death: Racialized Rightlessness and the Criminalization of the Unprotected.”
Date: Thursday, March 26th
Time: 4:15-5:30 PM
Place: PAC 001
Herpes is on the rise on campus! Protect yourself and have fun with FREE safer sex supplies at WesWell!
Date and Time: Monday-Thursday 9am-6pm, Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday 10am-2:00pm
Place: WesWell Office of Health Education (back of Davison Health Center)
LUNCH: TUESDAY – THURSDAY 12:00- 12:50.
DINNER: MONDAY-THURSDAY 5:00-6:45 (TO-GO SERVICE 6:45-700)
FIRST THREE FRESHMEN EAT FREE!!!
DINNER- Greens w/Charred Tomato vin. Moroccan Spice Rubbed Chicken or Tofu w/Roasted Cauliflower, Couscous & Tomato, Cucumber, Feta Salad
DES- Carrot Cake
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!