By presenting dramatic, emotional, humorous and honest accounts of real women across the globe, the actors in Vagina Monologues hope to encourage audience members to have more open conversations about female sexuality and to feel secure enough in their own sexualities to speak about sex and vaginas in an honest, and even celebratory, way.
While the weather is still snowy and cold, there may not be much of an opportunity for outdoor sex just yet, but spring break and warm weather are upon us—and this guide to discreet public indecency is sure to get you in the mood. To pull off these risky moves, you’ll need a fundamental lack of decency and shame, bail money and an adventurous short or average-height partner.
Located right on Washington Avenue, one of the city’s chicest streets, Lola defines downtown cool. With an extensive list of handcrafted cocktails, kaleidoscopic paintings covering the walls, savory and sexy cuisine and live entertainment every night, Lola is the new place to be.
According to a recent study funded by Church and Dwight Co. Inc, the maker of Trojan products, women are more likely to orgasm when oral sex, or cunnilingus, is included in foreplay. Seventy percent of women between 20-24 reported receiving oral sex during sex—so guys, if you’re not going down on your girl, you’re not measuring up to the majority of women’s sexual experiences. If a lack of knowledge or experience is what’s holding you back, read this step-by-step guide and don’t give yourself any more excuses for getting down and dirty.
To Washington University’s over-21 crowd, Thursday nights have become synonymous with tired debauchery at Morgan St. or an uneventful evening at 609—but alas! this Thursday night St. Louis’ popular newspaper the Riverfront Times is hosting a post-Halloween bash that is sure to revive your pre-weekend revelry.
[media-credit name="Courtesy of Michael Fink" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit] According to many students, Washington University has a very distinct fraternity culture—in that it doesn’t really have a “fraternity culture” at all. But that hasn’t kept hundreds of Wash. U.
Scene’s Hana Schuster interviewed Jonathan Safran Foer about his book “Eating Animals” and life as a writer before he held a talk at Graham Chapel on Thursday evening.
On Wednesday, Sept. 15, Washington University’s Edison Theatre will host a heated battle between Washington University’s WU-Slam Performance Crew and the Denver based Slam Nuba team. Six of Wash. U.’s own will compete against the nationally recognized, award-winning slam poetry troupe.
While Greek events may incite precepts of infamous hazing practices or searing images of John Belushi in a toga, Washington University’s Greek members are using this year’s Greek Week to actively fight such stereotypical images that pervade college campuses.
This semester’s Assembly Series speakers are described in detail.