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Angela McInnes | Interrobang | Opinion | September 13th, 2019

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Greetings, readers from the Fanshawe community and beyond. Welcome to a brand new issue of Interrobang.

Throughout the year Interrobang publishes several themed issues. What you hold in your hot mitts today is our annual Sex Issue, which includes features written and designed by our student staff. Please enjoy a lesson on fetishes with sexologist Carlen Costa, a guide to sex positions for couples of all orientations, as well as an overview of sex toys that doesn’t in the slightest bit beat around the bush.

And because knowledge is power, we’ve also included guides on birth control and STIs, along with lists of local relationship and sexual health resources, along with London’s trans healthcare resources and where to find LGBTQ2+ support.

Our news section includes coverage on the new South London Campus, an exciting internship program for international graduates, and one student’s mission to help relieve the fallout of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. There’s also a piece on what some Fanshawe students have on their minds as the federal election campaign officially launches.

Meanwhile in the opinion section you’ll find one student’s take on why we always should always make an effort to put ourselves first, in every relationship. Our lifestyles section includes a guide to safe binding, and an argument for why it can be better to visit a brickand- mortar sex shop over shopping online for adult toys and accessories. Check out our Facebook page to see the full video interview our reporter conducted with an expert from Spot of Delight, located at 426 Richmond St.

Finally, I also recommend our interview with Fanshawe’s own Sexual Violence Prevention Advisor, Leah Marshall. Marshall gives us a clear picture of what consent means and looks like. Even if you feel you already know, reinforcing these messages to others and yourself is part of what makes our campus a safer place for everyone.

And so it goes,

Angela McInnes

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