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Welcome back to Out Loud, hosted by the Daily Cardinal and Sex Out Loud. Today, we talk all about orgasms — the different types, how to have them, and tips for more pleasurable sex. Plus, we talk Halloweekend and why costumes don’t equal consent.
Welcome to the first episode of Out Loud, hosted by the Daily Cardinal and Sex Out Loud. This week, Elena, Ky and Mia talk about the lack of comprehensive sex education in the U.S. school system.
Bill requiring Holocaust education moves forward as UW Jewish community says antisemitism ‘more prevalent than ever’
Last week, the state Assembly unanimously passed a bill mandating education about the Holocaust and other genocides in most Wisconsin schools, a month after the Senate approved it.
Gov. Tony Evers announced Tuesday that the vaccination clinic at the Alliant Energy Center will receive federal support from FEMA beginning Wednesday.
Nitya Patil, an organizer with Bleed Shamelessly, believes that even in progressive areas like Dane County, a lot of work remains to destigmatize menstruation.
Madison residents marched from Dayton Street up to the State Capitol on Friday to advocate for transgender rights and bring awareness to discrimination against the Wisconsin transgender community.
The Senate Committee on Education passed a bill Friday that would require Wisconsin schools to include the Holocaust and other genocides in their social studies curriculum.
On Monday, a group of 52 Republican lawmakers called on Gov. Tony Evers to distribute the rest of the state’s federal educational COVID-19 relief funds to districts that have been teaching in-person since the beginning of the 2020-21 school year.
The state Department of Natural Resources Board held a meeting Monday to decide on a quota for the wolf hunting season, which is set to run from Feb. 22-28.
The Wisconsin Legislative Black Caucus held a kickoff event Monday afternoon to celebrate the beginning of Black History Month in Wisconsin.
A partial recount of presidential results in Dane and Milwaukee counties wrapped up Sunday, solidifying President-elect Joe Biden’s win over President Donald Trump. Trump said he is preparing a lawsuit to overturn the results.
Gov. Tony Evers held a primetime address Tuesday night to rally for unity over Wisconsin’s COVID-19 response and announce a new executive order that encourages Wisconsinites to stay home, but doesn’t add new restrictions.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission held a special teleconference meeting Tuesday to discuss an Outagamie County ballot misprint and other issues related to absentee voting.
Gov. Tony Evers directed Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm on Tuesday to issue an emergency order limiting gatherings in many public buildings to no more than 25 percent of the total occupancy limit.