Current Events:

Teaching Consent: An All-Inclusive Conversation
5:30 – 8:30, OISE 5-280
“Teaching Consent: An All-Inclusive Conversation” is a 3-hour panel and small-group activity event that’s all about inclusivity, nuanced discussion, and the topic of consent. Drawing on current events in the province, participants will have an opportunity to discuss methods for broadening consent education, in-school and out, for students from different backgrounds and in varying age groups. We’ll talk about how factors like identity and marginalization can change how consent needs to be considered, and what educators (or educators-in-training) can do to bridge this gap. Featuring Nadine Thornhill and Karen BK Chan
Childcare will be provided; venue is fully accessible (accessible and gender-neutral washrooms available)
IN CONJUNCTION WITH: U of T Health & Wellness, Safe U Team, The Griffin Centre (SprOUT program), Bad Subject, Boost Child & Youth Advocacy Centre, and with special guests Nadine Thornhill & Karen BK Chan.
Refreshments/food will be provided

Recurring Events:

SEC is excited to introduce regular programming. We’re now featuring weekly and monthly workshops on a variety of sex and sexuality topics to enhance your experience with us!

Breathe, Move, Connect: A Monthly Yoga Workshop:

Mondays at 4pm, 21 Sussex Rehearsal Room 406

First Meeting, September 28th,

Breathe, Move, Connect: a monthly tantra workshop series at the University of Toronto, offered in partnership with the Sexual Education Centre (UTSEC). An inclusive, welcoming workshop supports participants to connect with their bodies, their breath and safely open to others. No explicit sexual activity, no nudity, nothing is compulsory and personal boundaries are upheld and encouraged. Drop-in program open to students and non-students. PWYC (suggested donation $10).

Monthly Dance Workshops

Tuesdays, 4pm, 21 Sussex Dance Studio

First Meeting September 29th

These workshops will be sexy, playful, and be focused on a new routine each week. Routines are simple and allow room for individual flare, so wear whatever makes you comfy, bring water and positive vibes, and welcome yourself to fun and sensual movement!

Choreography is inspired by pop videos and pole dancing, and will include floor work, flexibility practice, and sass. Bring yourself or come with a friend, giggling encouraged!




Past events

SEC is proud to offer a number of events throughout the year. Some of our past events include:

  • Kinky Craft Week! A week full of creative and naughty crafting, from how-to make your own tutus to nipple pasties and horns!
  • Sexual Awareness Weeks (SAW), which included Puppy Love, Sex and Disability, Sex and Mental Health, Partner Yoga, Body-positivity workshops, Sex and Mental Health Discussions and oh-so much more.
  • Bedslam! An equity focused sex and sexuality open mic night.
  • Participation in DisOrientation with a workshop on self care for activists!
  • Porn Reborn, a conference about the evolution of pornography and new movements in the porn industry. Guests included Tristan Taormino and Bruce LaBruce. There was also a banging afterparty with an art exhibit from numerous contributors; the wonderful, PornARTgraphy. Sponsored by SDSSU, with contributions from Studio 561, LGBTout, the University College Alumni Association, ASSU, the Mark Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, Proud-FM, Good for Her, Come as You Are, Cruiseline, HARDtv, and of course us!
  • Many others!
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  2 Responses to “Events”

  1. I would like to join with your evenets. pls send more information about future events.

  2. Hey! It’s so nice to see people have interest our events.
    Volunteer applications are up; even if you’re not interested in doing the in-office counselling and the like, it’d be swell to have another body to help out with events and the like. Fill one out and put that request as a comment or even join the facebook group here to get information as it becomes available.

    Love, SEC.

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