Sex Column: Really, ‘You’ll get over it’

CW: mentions of disease/illness, verbal abuse, and drug usage In my first year at Pomona College, I would sob on every flight from New York City to Claremont. Each minute that passed ripped me further and further away from someone who I felt I could not exist without. Three years

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Opinion: The Feminizing of Communication in Relation to Scripps’ ‘Dating While Feminist’ series

Identifying as feminist, womanist, or as a part of any group that advocates for gender equality brings with it a unique set of challenges when entering the dating scene. Terms like these, though certainly less stigmatized at a liberal arts college consortium in Southern California than in other places, create

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Sex Column: How I Stopped Caring About Not Caring

From the end of freshman year of college through the beginning of sophomore year, I hooked up with the same boy a handful of times. He cut things off abruptly, texting me that he wanted to stop hooking up since he was worried it would “complicate” our (nonexistent) friendship. I

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Sex Column: That Time I Took Sex Advice … From Cosmo

It’s safe to say that Cosmopolitan is not my go-to for sex advice (the magazine, not the cocktail, although both result in regret when over-consumed). Ever since the infamous “#DonutGate” of 2003, Cosmo and its ridiculous, sometimes dangerous, sex tips have been the butt of many jokes, my personal favorite

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At CMC’s Sex Week, A Focus on Empathy and Pleasure

The Claremont McKenna College Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault and Violence hosted the 5Cs first ever Sex Week from Oct. 23 to 27. The event was created to educate and promote safe sex and consent through a sex-positive, intersectional lens, said Grace “Zippy” Wilson CM ‘18, Executive Director and Founder

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