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!
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!
From Becca Waxman ’16:
Clinic Escorts, the Doula Project, Rho Epsilon Pi, and the Film Series are excited to announce:
The free screening of AFTER TILLER on Monday, March 31st at 8pm in Goldsmith Theater.
After the assassination of Dr. George Tiller in 2009, there are a limited number of doctors left in the U.S. who provide third-trimester
abortions. Directed by Wesleyan alumni Martha Shane ’05 and Lana Wilson ’05,After Tiller depicts the stories of these four doctors who are fighting to keep this service available and the incredible risk and struggle they confront on a daily basis. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Martha and Lana.
Watch the trailer here: http://aftertillermovie.om/
Date: Monday, March 31st
Time: 8:00 pm
Place: Goldsmith Theater
It’s Friday/Valentine’s Day! You know what that means? Time to get that sweet sweet consensual lovin’ on! (Though let’s be fair, it should always be that time). We wanted to take this time to remind everyone about access to protection on campus, so we asked Willa Beckman ’15, who works for WesWell, a few questions:
Students can get condoms for free on campus?? What’s the deal with that?
Yes! Students can get SO MANY CONDOMS FOR FREE ON CAMPUS. We have a whole wall of condoms in the WesWell office at Davison Health Center. Come by and grab some! Also, if you work for reslife, you should come pick up one of our pre-made goodie bags to keep your residents protected all the time!
From Emily Moody ’15:
If you would like free condoms/lube/snacks and more information about ASHA (Adolescent Sexual Health Awareness), come to our first meeting this Tuesday, September 17 at 9 pm! ASHA teaches sexual health workshops in local high schools and runs events on campus to promote sexual health awareness. If you can’t make the meeting or want more info, e-mail emoody[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.
Date: Tuesday, Sept 17
Time: 9-10 pm
Place: Allbritton 318 (OCS Lounge)
Please join Ujamaa, ASHA and the Wesleyan Peer Health Advocates on National Black AIDS Awareness Day to discuss and bring awareness to a disease that is prevalent within the Black community. We will be hearing from a phenomenal speaker, LaToya Tyson from AIDS Connecticut. The Cardinal Sinners will also be performing!
*Dinner will be served.
Co-Sponsors: ASHA, Wesleyan Peer Health Advocates, Planned Parenthood
Date: Thursday, February 7
Time: 7 p.m.
From the ever-amazing Peer Health Advocates:
Get psyched for SEXQUEST, a quest for sexual health knowledge and goodies!
Participate in activities like the condom balloon toss, and collect prizes at each of the stations scattered around Foss Hill. Students who visit all eight activities will receive an additional prize, and are entered into a drawing to win a high end sex toy, such as this, this, or this.
Sex can be fun!!! :D
So, listen up. Greta Ramdin ’12, Michelle Agresti ’14, Caillin Puente ’15, Virgil Taylor ’15, and Enjie Romero-Garcia ’12 writes in:
Take Back the Night started in the ’70s. We march to raise awareness about sexual violence and demonstrate support for those, regardless of gender, who have been abused or assaulted. We gather as a community to march across campus to form speak out circles. At these circles assault survivors are invited to share their stories with friends and supporters. A candle light vigil marks the end of this experience, and a capella groups will be performing songs at the beginning of the march and at the speak-out circle.
Date: Tonight (April 19)
Time: 7.30pm – 10.00pm
Place: Starts on the Olin steps, moves around campus after that
Like talking about sex? Leading workshops about sex in college and at local high schools? Raising awareness about sexual health? Planning awesome events like free STI Testing and Safe SexFest and Sexy Can I?
Come to the ASHA (AIDS and Sexual Health Awareness) info session on Sunday 9/18 4:30pm at the Office of Community Service.
Email lsolow[at]wesleyan[dot]edu with questions/if you can’t attend but still want to join.
Sexpo, uh I mean, The Sexual Health Expo is back this Friday April 22nd! The Peer Health Advocates and WesWell want you to stop by the Exley lobby from 12-4 to learn about sexual health, promoting healthy relationships, disease and pregnancy prevention, sexual violence prevention, current political issues related to sexual and reproductive rights, and more. There will be fun interactive displays and workshops and the chance to win lots of nifty prizes. If you are part of a group that deals with sexual health in any way and want a table, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.