We are incredibly excited to announce that we’ll be hosting a workshop in collaboration with Gelijkspel, another non-profit organisation dedicated to helping create a positive sexual experience and environment for students. Gelijkspel, which can be loosely translated as “Fair Play” to English (although it literally means a “tie” in a game), thinks of sex as a “sexual game” which every member of our society is a player in. It doesn’t matter whether you’re in a bar with your friends and someone is hitting on you, whether you’re trying to approach someone you find attractive in a club, whether you’re on a Tinder date, or whether you’re just hanging out with friends and see other people around you flirting: you’re a player in this game in all the aforementioned situations. Gelijkspel strives to make this game a tie for everyone, meaning we’re all equal in this and deserve to treat others and be treated like so as well. For that reason, they provide workshops to student bodies all over the Netherlands, in which they come up with model situations that participants discuss among each other but are also provided with guidelines or a possible script on how to act in those situations, so that people feel more comfortable and safer in this “game” as well as contribute to that safe and comfortable environment for others. The workshop will be very open and sex-positive and will also prepare you for potentially uncomfortable situations you might get yourself into. In our opinion, it doesn’t matter whether you’re 18 or 30, if you’re single or in a relationship, it can be extremely valuable to you either way!
This workshop is free, but the capacity is limited to 150 attendees. For that reason, make sure to get your ticket soon!* For the reason of limited capacity, this workshop is for members only.
DATE: Next Monday (November 13)
TIME: 18:15 – 19:30
LOCATION: Lecture Hall C0.01
*In case you already got your ticket but have realised you won’t be able to make it, please let us know (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as you find out, so that don’t take away the opportunity to attend from someone else!!! Thanks so much for being considerate:))