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The pleasure and pressure of sexuality

The pleasure and pressure of sexuality

Kellyn Doerr, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Even in a self-proclaimed sex positive society today, the topic of casual sex and sexuality in college still belongs to that of taboo. Hookups in college stereotypically involve a dating app and a twin XL mattress. But for some students, exploring sexuality means a lot more.  Sexuality is a form of expression, to e...

How LGBTQ musicians are shaping hip-hop’s future

How LGBTQ musicians are shaping hip-hop’s future

Connor Adams, Staff Writer

December 12, 2019

In a genre defined by toxic masculinity, the LGBTQ community is leading hip-hop into the future. Today, queer artists are arguably some of the genre’s strongest voices.  Queer hip-hop didn’t pop out of thin air when artists like Frank Ocean and Kevin Abstract came onto the scene. LGBTQ  hip-hop has be...

Love thy neighbor: “Dormcest”

Love thy neighbor: “Dormcest”

Willow Scherwinski, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

At UVM, students are required to live on campus for two years.  Living in a community with other students allows for all sorts of relationships to bloom.  Dorm life is buzzing with the sexual curiosity of young people living away from home for the first time. The result of this is a phenomenon...

ProfTalk! – Sexploration with Jenna Emerson

ProfTalk! – Sexploration with Jenna Emerson

Morgan Mettler and Nick Fech

December 10, 2019

Nick and Morgan sit down with sex educator, Jenna Emerson, to discuss puberty and sex education classes for all ages, the connection between neuroscience and orgasm and her new comedy project, “Abortion: The Music" in this sexploratory episode of ProfTalk!

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