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Afrosexology: Less Oppression, More Orgasms

Uptown Campus
LBC 203 - Stibbs

Come join Finding Intersectionality Together and The Well during Sex Week as we bring in Afrosexology to facilitate a workshop called Less Oppression, More Orgasms. Historically, Black people have been told that they are asexual, hypersexual, sexual deviants, a sexual fantasy, and unrapeable. These messages are often internalized and leave feelings of being unlovable, unworthy, and devalued. To challenge those myths, reclaiming pleasure is necessary. Together we will:

- Learn about living a life of pleasure as a form of resistance  
- Explore how oppression has impacted our ability to be present in our bodies
- Reclaim our erotic power through completing several individual and group activities

More about Afrosexology: Afrosexology was birthed out of our desire to experience a more sex-positive Black community. One that encourages self agency & promotes love in regards to our bodies, relationships, and sexualities. One that liberates us from the sexual shame & policing that we've inherited from generations of sexual & body oppression. One that follows in the tradition of Black sexual politics by seeking to rediscover & reclaim our sexuality.

This workshop is open to all students! 

Finding Intersectionality Together

For more information on this event, please visit https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/event/5461407