Sex Week 2014 is Feb 8th-16th at UChicago.
It's not our first time.

It's our second.

Sex Week. People always smirk when they cautiously ask what its all about. Perhaps you heard about it at Harvard or Yale, and hopefully, you’ll hear about it constantly here at the University of Chicago. It is a week of open minds, learning, art, critique, and sensuality; a week of words, ideas, and exploration. It is our safe space.

Collaborating with guest speakers, resident professors, brave students and RSOs, a team of students created a full week for you to explore. There are seminars, workshops, discussions, an art gallery, theater pieces, and ongoing tabling. We urge you to attend as many events as you can manage, and don't worry, we'll have laughter, moments of understanding, and yummy food for fuel.

Click on the Schedule & Registration tab in the top right corner to see what Sex Week 2014 has in store for you. 

The Sex Week Team

We're Ready to Go Again.
On the next page is Sex Week 2014.
Feel free to check out 2013 below.

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A little help from our friends:

Sex Week has been built through the efforts of so many organizations and people. We would like to thank...

OUR SPONSORS AND DEPARTMENT COLLABORATORS: Cedars Mediterranean Kitchen, Wicked Pictures (18+), Early2Bed Sex StoreStudent Government Finance Committee, Office of Spiritual Life, Health Wellness and Promotion, Office of LGBTQ Student Life, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality (Tea Time & Sex Chats), Office of Reynolds Club and Student Activities, Logan Arts Center, and others to come. (Could this include you?)

GUEST SPEAKERS: Nate Glass (anti-piracy expert), jessica drake (adult star and sex ed advocate), Cliff Pervocracy (feminism and kink blogger), Tantra Nova (meditation), members of Sex Workers Outreach Project Chicago, Dr. Stacey Lindau (focus on gynecology and medicine-geriatrics at UChicago Medical Center), Josh, Shasta & Ian Townsend, Cate, Spike Trotman (comic artist), Sarah Sloane (Pleasure Chest Chicago manager) and Professor of Theater and Performance Arts Heidi Coleman.

FELLOW RSO AND OTHER STUDENT GROUPS: Vita Excolatur Magazine, Risk-Aware Consensual Kink, Tea Time & Sex Chats, HPW Peer Health Advocates, HPW Body Project, RSVP Peer Educators, Queers & Associates, Pronoun Hoedown, Asexualitea, Secular Alliance, Spiritual Life Council, Le Vorris & Vox Circus, Catholic Students Association, Doc Films, University Theater/TAPS, Off-Off Campus, and Women and Youth Supporting Each Other.

Meet the team!

Steph, co-founder and co-director, gathers fellow health educators, doctors, and other resources. (
Madison co-director, brings in speakers and performers to keep us all entertained. (
Jay teaches acro with the circus, and connects with local LGBTQ and kink groups. (
Lorca discusses asexuality, polyamory, and kink with people of all walks. (
Colin offers insight into LGBTQA, intersectionality, and lots of films. (
Anais explores trans identity and languages - but especially languages. (
Annie works with professors who study culture, sexuality, and sex work. (
Patty holds student-led discussions on specific sexy topics through TT&SC. (
Rebeka and Mallory head up Vita and bring back the Lascivious Ball to kick everything off (,

For website content or functionality issues, please email Stephanie at .

We're Ready to Go Again.
On the next page is Sex Week 2014.
Feel free to check out 2013 below.

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Sex Week aims to create an open, safe, and supportive space to discuss sex, a subject that has some importance to all of us, which can be source of excitement, passion, opinion, discomfort, shyness, or pain. We are proud to provide inclusive information and conversations around sex to our diverse community here at the University of Chicago, and want anyone with questions, even if they seem like silly questions, to ask. Please share as openly as you feel comfortable, taking care to not judge or criticize others. Talking about sex and issues surrounding it can be difficult. These discussions may involve explicit material that may make some feel uncomfortable. Know that you are free to leave events at any time and that Sex Week Team members are present to provide referral services. The University Counseling Center can offer additional support surrounding these issues. For further information, please grab a resource guide.

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