Sunday, February 3:
“Sexotification”: Racial Exoticization and Sexual Stereotyping*
Where: Duke Women’s Center
When: 12:00-2:00 pm
Join us in the Women’s Center on Sunday for an open conversation for Duke students from different backgrounds on how perceptions of race and ethnicity play into our sex or dating lives.
“The Purity Myth”
Where: Duke Women’s Center
When: 2:15 – 3:45 pm
A film screening and discussion about analyzing cultural stereotypes and media messages to reveal the overt and hidden ways our society links a woman’s worth to her sexuality rather than to values like honesty, kindness, and altruism.
Monday, February 4th:
One Sexy Plaza Party*
Where: Bryan Center Plaza
When: 11 am – 2 pm
Pick up a free t-shirt, free food, and condoms while you hang out on the plaza!
Where: Old Chemistry 201
When: 4 – 6 pm
Learn the truth about some common myths around sexual pleasure, contraception, LGBTQ identification, and more.
Where: LGBT Center
When: 6:00- 8:00 pm
What does it mean to identify as bisexual (or pansexual or fluid)? What are some of the challenges to recognizing and understanding this often overlooked segment of the LGBTQ community? However you identify, come to this lively and interactive dinner and conversation if you could use some tools for challenging lack of knowledge and biphobia.
Please e-mail email@example.com to make your reservation for this exciting program today!
Tuesday February 5:
Real Talk: LGBTQ Sex (Formerly called LGBTQ 101)
Where: LGBT Center
When: 7 – 8:30 pm
Join LGBT Center director, Janie Long,for a discussion on how we are raised as gendered beings, how this affects how we have sex, who gets to define normal, and what even “counts”as sex.
Contraception and STI Prevention
Where: Friedl Building 115
When: 5 – 6:30 pm
Get the most accurate information about contraception methods and STIs from Student Health, and Campus Wellness.
Wednesday February 6:
I Love Female Orgasm
Where: White Lecture Hall
When: 7:30 – 9 pm
Join us to laugh and learn about the “big O,” the most popular topic sex educators Marshall Miller and Kate Weinberg teach about! Orgasm aficionados and beginners of all genders are welcome to come learn about everything from multiple orgasms to that mysterious G-spot. Whether you want to learn how to have your first orgasm, how to have better ones, or how to help your girlfriend, they cover it all with lots of humor, plenty of honesty, and an underlying message of sexual health and women’s empowerment. Are you coming?
Thursday, February 7:
Happy One Sexy Week: Day 5! We have a new addition to the Week:)
Topic: Racial Perceptions and Relationships
Date: Feb 7th
Location: Mary Lou Williams Center
Join our upcoming discussion on racial perceptions in terms of relationships. We will be exploring how societal views and personal identification affect who we pursue and choose as partners. This is meant to be round-table experience, so feel comfortable to voice your thoughts, share your questions, or simply listen in. Our invitation is open to all, and we welcome you to bring friends.
Food will be provided :)
Hosted by the Duke Student Government Equity & Outreach Committee, Center for Race Relations and the Center for Multicultural Affairs
K-Ville Tabling: Pitching a Tent? Don’t Forget a Tarp!
Pick up some hot chocolate and a free health pack for your long nights in K-ville! (hand sanitizer, hand warmers, lube, condoms).
Friday, February 8:
Enriching Relationships: Thinking About Considering a Sexual Relationship
Where: Link Classroom 1
When: 4:00-6:30 pm
This program will explore some of the emotional and psychological issues that are part of why students end up having sex (or not having sex). Sometimes, those issues are positive and fun to think about. Other times, they are confusing or tainted with regret.
Usually, when there is regret or confusion, the issues weren’t really thought about until afterward because the nuances and needs related to sexual decision making weren’t even recognized… until hindsight brought them to the surface.
Presentation and Discussion Facilitated by Gary Glass, from CAPS
Practicing Sex Religiously
Where: Old Chem 116
When: 5:00 – 7:30 pm
Join students from different Religious Life groups for an interfaith discussion of sex and sexuality. What do our various scriptures have to say about the topic? What is allowed and what is taboo? Students will share the basic teachings of their traditions and discuss how their own views of sex and sexuality might diverge from these and how they reconcile these differences. This event is sponsored by the Undergraduate Faith Council.
Saturday, February 9:
Sex-ability: A documentary screening and discussion about disability and sexuality*
Where: McClendon Tower Level 2
When: 5:30-6:30 pm
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to develop sexuality while living with a disability? Duke students of all ability statuses are invited to a screening of the short documentary, “Sex(Abled): Disability Uncensored”, and a conversation on the intersection between disability and sexuality, and the myths and taboos around disability and sexuality. Also, there will be food!
See the Sex-ability facebook event here: http://www.facebook.com/events/571187762909521/?fref=ts
*Indicates that food will be provided!