Sex Week Fall 2015 Schedule
Sunday, November 8
It All Begins
Holden Chapel, 6:30
But How Do I…?:Sex Ed Q&A
Emerson 108, 6:00 pm
Ever had a question about sex you were too afraid to ask? Ever felt like there was some major part of sex education that you missed out on? Here’s your chance to ask any and all questions! Boston-based sex educator Megara Bell will be taking anonymous questions about any element of sexual health you’re curious about.
Feeling Myself: Conversations About Masturbation
Women’s Center Lounge, 8:30 pm
Sexual Health Career Panel
Ticknor Lounge, 4 pm
The annual Sexual Health Career Fair highlights opportunities in sexual health, reproductive justice, BGLTQ advocacy, and other related fields. Speak to representatives from a range of organizations, including the Partners in Sexual Education, GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project, Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, and the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health. The event will feature a panel discussion oncareer paths in sexual health, and a meet and greet career fair. Hosted by SHARC (Sexual Health and Relationship Counselors) in partnership with Sex Week at Harvard.
Sponsored by SHARC
Sever 107, 4:00 pm
Winthrop House, 8:00 pm
Come watch a couple of short films from an ongoing film movement called “Destricted.” Kickstarted by American filmmaker Larry Clark, Destricted challenges filmmakers to shoot short or feature films featuring non-simulated sex acts on camera without shooting what would be called “pornography.”
Sex Letter Writing
Sever 206, 6:00 pm
Participate in the Sex Letters project with Pleasure Pie. Write letters to your younger self about what you wish you knew back then. Explore your current relationship to sex and sexuality in a creative, reflective way.
Sever 113, 8:00 pm
Curious about sex toys? Unsure what’s out there, or how everything works? Come to our workshop to learn about sex toys from a Good Vibrations educator and get a better idea of how sex toys might improve your sex life!
Boylston 104, 6:00 pm
Join us for a discussion on what desire looks like, how it affects the way we interact romantically and sexually, and how we experience desire in relation to identity and power. Crema pastries and coffee will be served!
Dudley Co-op, 7pm
SWOM 2K15. FRIDAY the 13th (of November).
Please do join us! There will be good energy, safer sex supplies, and boundless talent provided by YOUR Harvy peers. Plus a feature from member of the recent National Poetry Slam winning team Melissa Lozado-Oliva.
Sponsored by Speak Out Loud
Work Hard, Fuck Hard: The Guide to BDSM in the College Dorm Room
Location TBA, 1 pm
Want to get kinky in the bedroom but don’t know how to bring it up? Disappointed by Fifty Shades of Grey but not sure what BDSM is really all about?
Join us for a discussion on what it’s like to be part of the BDSM scene, as well as some cool demonstrations with whips, floggers, and more! Refreshments will be served.
Repeal Hyde Art Project
Holden Chapel, 8:00 pm
The Repeal Hyde Art Project raises awareness and creates dialogue about the Hyde Amendment, which blocks people from using Medicaid to pay for abortions.
In collaboration with Repeal Hyde Art Project founder and Boston-based artist, activist and social worker Megan Smith, we will create an interactive exhibition based on the Repeal Hyde Art Project. Refreshments will be served.