Marquette Wire

EDITORIAL: Administration needs to make its stand on sexuality programs clear

September 24, 2013

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The Marquette University administration's decision to revoke sponsorship of the Female Sexuality Workshop for the second time is supposed to send a clear message to the campus community: No FemSex. However, the decision has only raised more questions. Students, faculty and other communi...

Op-Ed: FemSex organizers look for answers and space from administration

Reader Submission

September 24, 2013

Filed under Letters, Viewpoints

Last Spring, controversy erupted on Marquette’s campus surrounding an administrative decision to revoke sponsorship from the Female Sexuality (FemSex) workshop, a non-credit, student-run workshop on campus. FemSex, a wor...

Honors program-sponsored FemSex cancelled again

Joe Kaiser

September 17, 2013

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The University Honors Program will no longer sponsor FemSex, a weekly student workshop centered on the discussion of female sexuality and reproduction, despite its recent return to campus. The decision came roughly eight months...

FemSex co-founders speak out

Allison Kruschke

March 7, 2013

Filed under Editors' Picks, News

While some questions remain surrounding specifics of the university's decision to rescind sponsorship from "FemSex: The Female Sexuality Workshop," the group's co-founders said Wednesday that they are seeking to be re-allowed...

Disappointed faculty rally around FemSex

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March 5, 2013

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To Fr. Scott Pilarz, Provost John Pauly and members of the Marquette community: We write in the wake of the administration’s decision to disallow the Marquette Gender and Sexuality Resource Center’s sponsorship of the workshop...