Mes De La Mujer, Feminist Study Group & MORE!

Greetings all,

We have so many exciting events ahead… check them out!!
Thanks so much,
Feminist Study Group, you say? What is that? This isn’t your average study group, we are not prepping for the Chemistry final or the Psych quiz but rather….
we will be reading social justice texts and discussing them!

The WAC Intern team invites you to take part in this conversation space. We welcome folks of all experience levels with these issues! Students of all gender identities, races, classes, sexual orientations, minds, bodies, ages and religions are encouraged to attend.

In three sessions, we hope to explore some exciting topics…




1) Audre Lorde’s Age, Race, Class & Sex: Women Redefining

2) Becky Thompson’s Multiracial Feminism: Recasting the Chronology of Second Wave Feminism:

OPTIONAL: Audre Lorde’s The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House:

SESSION 2 – WEDNESDAY, MAY 8TH @ 3:30 – 5P, LOCATION TBA (For updates, see the Facebook event, linked above!)


La Raza Commission, MEChA de UW, Unidas Seremos, Women Action Commission, Xicana Living Pedagogies, Queer Student Commission present the 3rd annual Mes de la Mujer.

Join us in celebrating womyn and self-identifying womyn; come to engage in dialogue about healing, self-expression, music, art, and challenging traditions.

Monday April 15, 2013 @ 5pm in the Native Room in the Ethnic Cultural Center – La Mujer and Gender and Sexuality Caucus:

Workshops designed to talk about gender and sexuality to start a dialogue on machismo, patriarchy, gender roles etc.


– Monday, April 22, 2013 @ 5pm in the Native room in the Ethnic Cultural Center – amARTE Colectivo

Art as a form of resistance and healing. A space created to jam out with artivistas and create arte!


– Tuesday, April 23, 2013 @ 6 – 8 PM, @ the Q Center – “Fill In Your Blank” – Writing Workshop

In this writing workshop, we aim to create a brave space to express our stories of survival, identity and resistance. Based off of the first ever production of The _______ Monologues, the workshop will ask attendees to ‘fill in the blank’ for themselves. And for those interested in participating in next year’s production of The _____ Monologues, this is an amazing opportunity to begin the writing process!
**Open to women, trans*, genderqueer and gender non-conforming folks of all races, classes, sexual orientations, minds, bodies, ages and religions.

Friday, April 26th @ 7pm – Ethnic Cultural Theatre
-2nd annual Quinceañero

Join La Raza Commission, MEChA de UW present the 2nd annual Quinceañero; challenging tradition never looked this good.

Monday, May 6th @ 5pm- Palabra de Mujer @ Native Room @ 5pm

Come hear HERstories by alumni from each respective organization share their stories, and experiences!


Thursday, May 9th @ 7pm- Ethnic Cultural Theatre-Teatro Milagro Frida Retablo:

For more information on the play check out….

3) Kink 101 
Curious about BDSM? Passionate about consent? Bored with your sex life? Kink 101 is an amazing workshop lead by the co-founder and director of the Center for Sex Positive Culture, Allena Gabosch. Allena has been active in the Seattle BDSM and polyamory communities for many years. She has led countless workshops and frequently speaks at local colleges. In this workshop, we will explore consent, boundaries and safety using the approach of BDSM and kink, as well as giving an introduction to kink. The negotiation methods used in BDSM can be used in all types of sexual activity! Curious newcomers, experienced kinksters, and consent loving “vanilla” (non-kinky) folks will all find something in this workshop.
4) Babeland Moregasm Workshop
This is a free event and will cover boundary setting, communication during, before, and after sex, incorporating safer sex in a fun and confident way, and general sex tips. Join us to learn how to be a better partner and get what you want out of sex!

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