Wellesley College’s Women’s Forum is going to be a bit more fun than usual this week.
It will be held on Monday, June 14 at 7 p.m.
EST on Wellesley’s campus, where students can come together for fun and educational purposes.
We’ve included the list of topics that will be discussed, as well as some suggestions on how to get started.
We know you’re all looking forward to it!
Here are some of the topics to look forward to: •Women’s rights •LGBTQ rights •Family issues •Pregnancy, birth, and adoption •Stress management •Sex education •Religion, spirituality, and spirituality (LGBTQ) •Women and the LGBT community •The “unbelievable” and “unfair” way in which gender and sexual orientation are defined •Gender and sexuality in sports, entertainment, and politics •The meaning of “femininity” and the intersection of it and femininity.•What’s your definition of femininity?
What does it mean to you?
•How to talk about and understand your gender identity and expression.
•What does “feminine” mean in everyday life?•Gender-neutral pronouns, dress codes, and workplace policies.•How to define a feminist and why?•How can we change the way we think about feminism?•Why are women still in the closet?•What are the reasons women don’t share information about their gender?•Women’s health and wellness topics, including sexual health.•Women-only space and policies.
•The topic of “gender equality” •The importance of diversity and inclusion.•Men’s rights and masculinity •What men should know about feminism.•Gender roles, how they are taught, and the roles of men in society.•An overview of men’s issues, including issues around violence against men and abuse, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and discrimination.•A discussion on the intersectionality of gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity.•The importance and significance of “intersectionality” and how that can help women, people of color, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ people.•Questions on sexual harassment and assault and the legal protections that men face.•Advice on relationships and dating, and sharing personal stories of being a victim of sexual assault and abuse.•Tips for healthy, healthy, respectful relationships.•Resources for navigating your university and life.•Helpful resources for students with special needs.•Books and videos on sexual violence, harassment, and abuse and the impact that sexual violence has on survivors.•Recommended reading for students interested in learning more about sexual assault.•Supporting people with mental health issues.•Access to support services for survivors of sexual violence and trauma.•Suggested resources for survivors.
If you’re a freshman, sophomore, or junior, and want to participate in the Wellesley Women’s forum on Monday night, you’ll need to RSVP by Monday, July 3.
We’ll send you an email on Thursday, July 6 with a link to a free registration form.
The registration form will only take a few minutes, so you can sign up as soon as possible.
If you haven’t signed up yet, you can do so here.
We’ll send out an email to everyone who RSVPs, so make sure to check your spam folder.
Sign up today!