Fall 2017 Programs

Lunch & Learn Series

9/6 -- Media & Gender @ 1:30 PM in Student Union Meeting Room 4B

9/19 -- The F-Word @ 1:30 PM in Student Union Meeting Room 3B

10/9 -- Blame-shifting, Denial, & Gaslighting @ 1:30 PM in Student Union Meeting Room 4B

11/14 -- Masculinity @ 1:30 PM in Student Union Meeting Room 4B

 

Film Screenings

 9/6 -- MissRepresentation @ 6:00 PM in Student Union Meeting Room 4B

9/12 -- The Mask You Live In @ 12:00 PM in Student Union Meeting Room 2A

11/7 -- Lioness (+ panel discussion) @ 5:00 PM in Student Union Theater

 

 

Other Programs

 8/30 -- Welcome Reception @ 4:00 PM in Student Union Meeting Room 1B

Join us to learn about the Gender Equity Center, the services and programs we offer, and meet other students and staff!

 

 10/9 - 31 -- Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Month

Join the Gender Equity Center, Wellness & Health Promotion, the Campus Survivor Advocate, PRIDE Center, and CAPS for 2017's Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Month. Check out the full schedule by clicking the link to engage in education, advocacy, and support around this crucial issue.

 

10/17 -- The Sexual Politics of BDSM @ 5:00 PM in Student Union Meeting Room 2B

Presented by Sinclair Sexsmith!
"We all have some ideas about what it means to be a top or a masochist, but what does it mean to be a feminist dominant or an empowered submissive? And why do we assume that submissives are unempowered, anyway? What’s the difference between BDSM and abuse? Is it healthy to engage in kinky sex play? Sinclair thinks so. BDSM is the pursuit of giving and receiving pleasure through bold sensation, the consensual exchange of temporarily giving up power or taking on authority over another. In this workshop we’ll explore how consent and agency are key issues in feminism, and how they work in the exploration of BDSM. We’ll discuss different kinds of topping and bottoming, as well as theories to to enhance your personal BDSM skills."