At SEC we’re thinking about, talking about, and informing you about everything to do with sex, sexuality, and sexual health. We offer free safer-sex supplies, educational talks and workshops, peer counseling, in-print and online resources, an engaging, non-judgmental social space and a series of fun, sex-positive events throughout the year.
A list of our available supplies is now available in a menu online. Please click the link to have a look! If anything pleases your eye, you are free to come up to the office to pick up some supplies; you are also free to order them through our bulk ordering service.
Feature of the Month:
April 5-6, 2014
10:00 am – 6:30 pm
The Marc S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies presents the 2014 Feminist Porn Conference, which brings togetheracademics, students, cultural critics, sex workers, activists, fans, performers, directors, and producers to explore the intersections between feminism and pornography as well as feminist porn as a genre, industry, and movement. Professor Lisa Duggan and filmmaker Courtney Trouble will give the opening and closing keynotes. Presentations by more than 45 speakers, including Shine Louise Houston, Jiz Lee, Madison Young, Danny Wylde, April Flores, Tristan Taormino, Lynn Comella, Mireille Miller-Young, and Constance Penley, plus international guests Ms. Naughty, Zahra Stardust, Jennifer Lyon Bell, Ovidie, and Pandora Blake. The two days will feature panels, workshops, film screenings, conversations between scholars and industry leaders, and a business track. See the website for full details. Sponsored by Good Vibrations, GoodVibrationsVOD.com, Sliquid Lubricants, Bright Desire, Aslan Leather,Studio Ten, Feminist Porn Archive & Research Project at York University, UofT Sexual Education Centre, The Feminist Press, Good for Her, The 2014 Feminist Porn Awards, and Sex Out Loud.
Location: Bahen Centre for Information Technology, University of Toronto, 40 St. George Street, Toronto.
Accessibility: This venue is accessible on all floors and in all rooms where the conference takes place. There are accessible washrooms. Read our Accessibility Statement for more information.
Tickets: $20 for UT students, faculty and staff (an 80% discount on the regular registration price). Pre-registration online here is strongly encouraged. Tickets will be available at the door for a higher price.
Questions about this event? Email info(at)fpcon.org. Follow us on Twitter (@FemPornCon) and Facebook for updates and information.
|SEC News and Media|
|Sec closed for the summer!||Dear service users and volunteers, we are now officially closed for the the 2013-2014 academic year. Our door basket will be replenished with safer sex supplies, but we cannot guarantee the presence of a particular kind at any one time. Please stay tuned for more news regarding our re-opening in September 2014!|
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