Saturday, 13 April 2013

Porn workshop run by feminists sponsored by Deloittes


http://www.theyorker.co.uk/news/campus/13525-show-and-tell-women-s-committee


Helena

Show and Tell- Women's Committee explore sexuality

Women's committee are spearheading an anonymous sexual awareness project, to be displayed next Monday.
Students at the University have been called to submit anonymous writing about their sexual experiences to a project, spearheaded by Women's Committee, called 'Tell'. The aim is to break the taboo around sexuality, and to learn more about the sexuality of ourselves and others.

Women's committee are trying to remove the taboo around sex and sexuality. ©YUSU
This event has been popular in previous years, with some beautiful stories and poems, and some harrowing tales of sexual abuse. This will be the fourth edition of the anthology.
On Monday of week nine, members of the Committee, and other people who were interested, got together in Holgate Hall to create some artwork based on sex and sexuality. Art supplies and nibbles were provided and everyone got creative. This is the 'Show' part of the exhibition. This art will be displayed, along with the anthology, on the Monday of week ten.
Emily Inglis, a regular attendee at Women's Committee, said; "It's a creative way to get rid of the social stigma around sex, and making people realise that the word "Inappropriate" really needs to be redefined."
Submissions close tomorrow, if you want to contribute anything to the anthology, go to www.tell-york.com.
The Facebook event is here.
@yorkernews1 @helenashead

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