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 I have events planned all week next week, and I have so many different groups participating.
On Monday, PRIDE Alliance, Health Serivces, and I are hosting "Sex and Chocolate," an informative Q&A program that allows people to anonymously ask questions with a health services professional, dispel common myths about sex and sex health, and receive free condoms, dental dams, and candy. Last year when PRIDE hosted it, it was a lot of fun and very informative, so we decided to do it again.
On Tuesday, PRIDE Alliance is hosting …

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 I have received an invitation to serve on the President’s Commission on Diversity at my school, and I’m actually kind of excited. I’m not sure just yet what all that entails, but it’s definitely an honor to represent the GSM community on campus. Waiting to hear back about what that means for me, more info to come!…

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 My class, taught by the remarkable Dr. Harriet Grissom, adjunct professor at Georgia College, consists of periodic debates in which you sign up for a topic and then you are randomly selected to join either side. I signed up for the sex ed vs. abstinence-only debate hoping that, with a 50-50 chance, I would end up on the side I’m most comfortable with: safe sex education. Of course, with my great luck, I ended up on the abstinence only team. But that’s okay, right? The point of the debate …

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Working in cooperation with different sex health and rights groups, the GCSU Condom Fairy (aka, your’s truly) will be out and about for AIDS Awareness week and Valentine’s day. I’m so excited to get active in the community and possibly even become an icon on campus. I will be dressing up as a fairy and roller skating around campus handing out condoms to students. I will also be attending various events pertaining to sex issues. Should be fun, and I can’t wait!…

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 As a feminist, I believe that it’s a woman’s choice what she does with her life and her body. That includes being a mother and/or wife. What scares me is the sheer amount of women in my own generation who seem to be unintentionally becoming one or both of those things. I can’t even count on my hands anymore the number of girls, under 20, who I know that are either having or have already had children, or are married. Again, there’s nothing wrong with that if that’s what …

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A staple of college vandalism is of course THE PENIS. There are penises everywhere I look! People buy chalk and draw them on the sidewalks, doodle them on people’s dry erase boards, carve them into elevator doors (YES, even the metal ones), and draw them on their drunken friends’ foreheads. Let’s face it, the penis is a college dude’s best friend.

A friend of mine, let’s call him Sanchez, likes to put up posters of things like Edweird from Twilight or Justin Bieber on his door with a collection of …

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As much as I regret not having them in time for AIDS awareness week or Valentine’s Day, my father called me today to let me know that my box arrived and that they’ll be waiting for me at home. I can’t pick them up this weekend since there’s a bad snow storm that has forced way all the way to old Milly, Georgia, where I go to school, but hopefully I’ll have them by next weekend. I can’t wait to get creative!
Truly, Madly, Deeply,
~Mia…