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Ryerson holds its first asexuality week

Ryerson holds its first asexuality week

When fourth-year history student Daniella Enxuga dates, she goes through more than the average first-date jitters. She has to think about how her partner will react when she comes out as an asexual. “Maybe you just haven’t found the right partner yet.” “Have you never had sex before?” “I think you have a low sex drive.” These are three frequent […]

Ace Toronto facilitator, Steven Rayson, conducts asexual definition game at the Asexuality 101 Workshop in the Student Campus Centre on October 30, 2014.

Ryerson celebrates first Asexuality Awareness Week

Allies and members of Ryerson’s queer community gathered at the Student Campus Centre on Oct. 30 for the Asexuality 101 Workshop. RyePRIDE, an equity and service centre that operates under the Ryerson Students’ Union, organized the workshop to celebrate asexual awareness for the first time at Ryerson. Asexuality is a sexual identification of a person who rarely or never feels […]

by Hye-Jee Yoo· · education, News, On Campus, students