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"It's difficult not to feel like sex is the epitome of romantic expression." (Iris Robin photographed by Yehuda Fisher)

OPINION: Love’s big fuck-up

How do you say “I love you” without using words? Perhaps you’d seek the perfect gift for your partner or get cosy for a casual night in. Maybe you’d go out to eat and savour the way your lover’s laugh sounds like the gentle swill of red wine. Would you spend an evening under the stars, shaping your shared desires […]

by Iris Robin· · Editorial, Opinion, Relationships
Third-year Ryerson student puts modern dating to shame at Poetry Slam

Third-year Ryerson student puts modern dating to shame at Poetry Slam

“The poem is a year’s worth of really bad experiences just from dating,” said Cassandra Myers. “I wanted to call out the sex-positive movement because I think it can be kind of exclusive in certain feminist spaces.

YouTube sex educator advocates for equality on campus

YouTube sex educator advocates for equality on campus

By Deepika Shewaramani and Nadya Domingo YouTube sex-educator Laci Green says universities need to make spaces for sexual assault survivors to feel safe and supported. Green spoke to about 200 Ryerson students — a slightly smaller audience than her usual one million YouTube subscribers — on March 18 about “The F Word:” feminism. The 25-year-old makes videos on her channel […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus
Getting an A in sexuality

Getting an A in sexuality

Sex is the most uninteresting activity in the world. For me, sex is an annoyance. A mix of awkward moaning, gross bodily fluids and a lot of time I could be spending doing something more productive. In short, I’d just rather not. Asexuality was not something I even knew about in high school. For me the word “asexual” began and […]

by Erin Petrow· · Voices
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