In today’s modern age, female sexuality has become less of an enigma. Whether through Cosmopolitan Magazine or Victoria’s Secret, society is beginning to explore female sexuality. However, many women of faith are faced with the dilemma of embracing their sexuality while still maintaining their religious traditions that value virginity and purity. Come join the Pomona Student Union at Faith and First Times, an event aimed at exploring the influences of religion on virginity and how it effects women in today’
Our panel will consist of:
A Harvard alumna, she came into the media’s spotlight through her blog Sex and the Ivy where she disclosed the details of her sex life, life as a Harvard student, and her struggle with depression. Since then, she has started a new blog called Ch!cktionary where she continues to bring up issues surrounding feminism, sexuality, and LGBTQ rights.
Nura Maznavi: A Pomona alumna (’00) she is the co-editor of Love Ishallah: The Secret Love Lives of Women, a book about the experience of American Muslim woman in expressing their sexualities.
Mary Poplin: A Claremont Graduate University professor, she is a Christian convert who has the rare perspective of both a Christian and a non-Christian.