“[I want] be in social circles where that doesn’t matter; where we can share stories of doing it or not doing it and not worry about how we’ll look as a result”
On Valentine’s Day, I visited the doctor. He examined me to find that clamminess, tiredness, irregular discharge and glandular swelling could all point towards an STD. The following conversation occurred:
Him: “Is their any chance you have an STD?”
What we really need is the end of poverty and the socio-economic conditions that make the sex trade so profitable
Were the motorcar to be banned, it would stand to reason that manufacturers in the automotive industry would stop shelling out hundreds of millions of euros on top-dollar advertising. This would be the same for any industry throughout the economy …
The new working group, which includes SU officers and non-affiliated representatives, hope to reduce the prevalence of assault on campus and offer support to survivors.
A new initiative aimed at raising awareness of the importance of sexual consent has been launched by the Students’ Union (SU). Dee Courtney, one of the founders of the initiative, spoke to Trinity News about their plans.
According to Courtney, …
Sinéad Harrington examines the approach to sexual education in Irish Catholic schools.
There are three messages that I remember receiving very clearly during sex ed. classes in secondary school. The first, naturally, was “Don’t have sex.” This was swiftly followed by Condom Application for Beginners, once we got to the age where …
Majority of students confident of employment after graduation
Trinity students are having less but safer sex than other Irish students, according to a new study by Campus.ie.
Of the 547 Trinity students who took part in the survey, 28% said they are not sexually active. This compares to …
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Once darkness descends upon the Phoenix Park, an ominous cloud of silence hangs over the surrounding area, broken only by the odd jogger or a few people making their way home towards Chapelizod Road. Still, …