Podcast Excerpt: Sex, Gender, and Feminism

Posted by The Editors on Mar 9, 2021 7:02:00 AM

March marks the annual observance of Women’s History Month, and in today’s world, it can be difficult to know how to talk about gender, feminism, women’s empowerment, or the question of identity. In learning how to do so, it can be helpful to start with exploring how the Church has responded to these concerns, especially in recent years. 

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Topics: Catholic feminism, feminism, gender, sex, Women's History Month

Sex Week and the End of Romance

Posted by Timothy O'Malley on Feb 14, 2020 7:02:00 AM

Each year, colleges throughout the United States mark Valentine’s Day with the commemoration of Sex Week. Sex Week is a carnivalesque educational event, combining a how-to-guide to sexual pleasure with events celebrating sexual liberation. Sex Week functions as a kind of secularized liturgy, in which each year we both remember and celebrate the gift of sexual liberation—the freedom to do what and who we want with our bodies.

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Topics: love, dating, hookup culture, Sex Week, Valentine's Day, romance, sex

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