Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Free concert, talk and Q&A: Rachel Lark, Musical Muse of the Sex-Positive Revolution

Free concert, talk, and Q&A:
Tuesday, October 27 - 8:00pm
Tahoma Room, Commencement Hall

Musician Rachel Lark is on her on her one-woman mission to help the public think positively and fearlessly about sex.

Armed with her ukulele, Lark has been writing and performing songs about sex-positivity, healthy relationships, and sexual consent at San Francisco counterculture venues for the last few years. Her repertoire has garnered her attention and acclaim from alternative and traditional media such as The Savage Lovecast podcast series and Salon magazine.

The event will include a live performance of her songs, a brief talk about feminism and sex-positivity, and questions and answers with students and members of the community. The event is free and everyone is welcome.

The free event is organized and sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, and co-sponsored by the Gender and Queer Studies program; Office of Diversity and Inclusion; Center for Intercultural and Civic Engagement; and Student Activities/Sexuality Issues, Relationships, and Gender Education (SIRGE).

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