Saturday, March 9th Pre-Sex Week Kick-off!
Sex Trivia, SHAG & SFC
6pm @ Petterutii Lounge
What’s the most common fetish?
What does “g-string” stand for?
What was the first condom made of?
What other animals engage in oral sex?
To find out, join the Sexual Health Awareness Group (SHAG) and Students for Choice (SFC) in Sex Trivia Night to kick off Sex Week!
Sign up your teams of up to 5 people now by emailing email@example.com with your team roster. *PLEASE SIGN UP ASAP* so that we have an idea of how much food to get! There will be pizza, desserts, prizes and, of course, plenty of fun sex trivia, with categories ranging from ‘History of Sex’ to ‘Philias, Phobias, and “Phetishes”‘.
Monday, March 11th
Join SHEEC and SHAG on the main green for a surprise gift bag of sexy treats!
“Fornication 101″, Megan Andelloux
7pm @ Metcalf AUD
Megan Andelloux is a certified sexologist and sexuality educator, and the director of the Center for Sexual Health and Pleasure in Pawtucket, RI. Her presentation, Fornication 101, will introduce students to carnal knowledge, comfort in awkward situations and hot safer sex behaviors. Topics include, but are certainly not limited to: ejaculation, petting kitties, putting condoms on with your mouth, anal adventures, G-spot stimulation, and sexual positions. You will not want to miss this!
Topics and exposure include: Ejaculation, petting kitties, putting condoms on with your mouth, anal adventures, g-spot stimulation, and sexual positions.
Tuesday, March 12th
“Communication and Consent”, FemSex
5pm @ Wilson 101
FemSex facilitators, Lindsay Sovern ’14 and Anna Quinn ’13, will be leading a workshop on personal definitions of consent, active and passive desires, and brainstorming communication tools. If you have ever been curious about FemSex and want to see what a discussion would be like, you definitely want to check this out!
“Dirty Talk”, Ben Privot
8pm @ MacMillan 115
Come immerse yourself in a sex-positive environment and learn why consensual hooking up is hotter hooking up. Learn ways to build consent with your partners and hookups, and how to best express yourself to discover common ground with those your into. Oh, and did we mention free sex toys?
Wednesday, March 13th
“Queering the Toybox”, Aida Manduley
7pm @ Metcalf Aud
Aida Manduley ’11 is the Sexual Health Advocate at Sojourner House and the Programming and Development Coordinator at the Center for Sexual Health and Pleasure. She will be returning to her alma mater with an interactive workshop on sex toys.
Going beyond a Sex Toys 101 while still remaining accessible to those who’ve never stepped foot inside a sex-shop, this interactive workshop will introduce you to new technologies in the world of sex toys. Curious about eco-friendly items, or products that remember your preferences through integrated microchips? Perhaps you’ve heard about teledildonics, toys designed specifically for queer people, or insertables made out of moonstone… With a focus “queering” as a technological, political, and personal move, we’ll talk about how to engage our sexualities and identities in the pursuit of pleasure objects that are held to higher standards and turn normative spaces on their head.
9pm @ Smith Buannano 101
Thursday, March 14th
“The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure”, Charlie Glickman
4pm @ Wilson 105
Are you curious about prostate play? Or maybe you’ve tried you’ve tried it and want some tips to make it even more fun? Charlie Glickman PhD, author of The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure: Erotic Exploration for Men and their Partners, will give you all the info you need to see for yourself why more men and their partners are discovering how much fun prostate stimulation can be. He’ll talk about the common concerns that sometimes keep people from exploring it (and how to overcome them), tips for easy and pleasureable anal penetration, prostate massage, which toys work best for prostate fun, pegging, combining prostate pleasure with other kinds of sex, and much more. Whether you’re just starting out or you already enjoy prostate play, come learn some new ways to make sex lots of fun! For more info about Charlie, please visit his website, on Facebook , or on Twitter.
“Sex, Shame and Love”, Charlie Glickman
7pm @ List 120
Shame influences and shapes sexuality for almost everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, and individual desires. If we want to overcome and move past sexual shame, we need to understand how it works and how it affects us. Charlie Glickman PhD has been studying and exploring sexual shame for over a decade and he’ll unpack how it works. Developing shame resilience makes it easier to deal with this difficult but inevitable emotion, along with jealousy, loss, and fear. It also helps us create more space to give and receive love, explore our authentic selves, and build the relationships that suit us. Through both presentation and facilitated discussion, you’ll find new ways to keep shame from getting in the way and create the relationships that work for you! For more info about Charlie, please visit his website, on Facebook , or on Twitter.
“Sex and Chocolate in the Dark”, SFC
9pm @ Hillel Meeting Room
Celebrate Sex Week with an open discussion about all things sex in a safe, comfortable environment. Bring blankets, pillows, friends, and questions for a night of cozy conversation in a dark, anonymyzing space. The evening with be moderated by a panel of knowledgeable sexperts from the Brown Community. Come prepared to just listen, ask questions, or share your own advice and stories. Oh yeah, and be prepared to eat tons of nature’s greatest aphrodisiac: chocolate. Organized by Students for Choice and SHEEC for Sex Week 2013!
Friday, March 14th
The Guilty Feminist, Kaytee Stewart
1pm @ Faunce Memorial Room
Come have lunch and chat with Kaytee Stewart, who will be facilitating a conversation with students around the idea of “feminist guilt”.
Kaytee Stewart is heavily involved in queer and feminist activism. Her research focus has been on expanding the meaning and application of feminism in policy (particularly around transgender and genderqueer, gender-variant inclusivity and fluidity through disrupting binaried understanding of gender as the predicate for rights and protections) but beyond her academic focus, she has become increasingly interested in how we define, police and judge what can count as feminism and who can embody, live out and identify with feminist ideology. She aims to explore and understand the concept of feminist guilt, as we navigate a world with complex expectations for us as gendered people and feminists.
Saturday, March 16th
“Orgasm Inc.” Film Screening, SHEEC
6pm @ Zete Lounge
Sunday, March 17th
“Sex Week Finale: Lace and Leather Burlesque Show”, SHEEC
6pm @ List Art 110 and 120