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Edinburgh’s Fight for the Night Rally in photos

The rally took place on 2 April and culminated in Grassmarket for speeches and cheering. The marchers walked through a bit of rain with soon cleared when they arrived at Grassmarket.  Sexpression spoke about the importance of intersectionality. Intersectionality was a major point of the rally, especially trans and sex worker inclusion. Other rallies around […]

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Eat, F*ck, Love: An Interview with the Panel

Content warning: Discussion of eating disorders and strong language. For Friday, March 15, WellComm at King’s and Sexpression Edinburgh have teamed up to host a panel they called Eat, Fuck, Love. The event is a safe space to talk about eating disorders and the impact they have on relationships. The Student got the opportunity to […]

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Sexpression’s Gender and Pronoun Panel aims to remove misunderstanding

On Monday, September 24, Sexpression Edinburgh and PrideSoc hosted a collaborative panel on the topic of gender and pronouns. The panel was instigated by the recent controversy surrounding pronoun badges at University of Edinburgh Welcome Week Events, and the subsequent backlash, notably in response to an article posted by The Tab.  The panel was selected by […]

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A conversation with Sexpression: Sex and Religion Discussion

On Monday, November 14, the University of Edinburgh’s  Sexpression society hosted a panel discussion on the relationship between Sex and Religion with three faith representatives from the University community. The panel was led by Sexpression representative Rohanie-Campbell Thakoordin, and considered a variety of religious backgrounds including Islamic, Catholic and Evangelist viewpoints. Panellists included Alice Nagle, […]