TAKE OUR SEX SURVEY!

November 18, 2014

GUTS will be releasing our third issue—on the topic of sex—in the upcoming months. We can’t wait to share it with you!

There are a lot of excellent conversations taking place right now in the broader culture around the importance of consent, the prevalence of rape culture in many of our institutions, transphobia, body- and slut-shaming, among many other things, and we’re thrilled to be releasing some incredible pieces that will contribute to and further these discussions. But we want to make sure that this issue also has a good measure of frank, open talk about the positive side of sex. We wanted to include the sort of conversations we have with our friends about sex: funny stories, revelations, and thoughts about what role sex plays in our lives. So we decided to ask you about it.

As part of the lead up to the release, we’ve created a completely anonymous survey that asks you about your relationship to sex. The questions can be found here, and you can answer one or all of them. We’re hoping to publish your responses on the blog in December and January (though perhaps not all of them, depending on the volume we receive).Please share widely with anyone you think might be interested. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please email us at editors@gutsmagazine.ca.
We look forward to hearing from you!
GUTS editors

 

 

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