Let’s talk about sex. Coming soon to your podcast feeds: It’s season four of the Bruno Brief. This season, we’re focusing on sexual politics at Brown. Stay tuned!
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I want to say clearly we’re past the peak of recreational nudity at Brown. Right, OK, in so many ways we’re in a bit of a renaissance.
This season on the Bruno Brief…
We actually don't have anyone organizing it now. Like if you want to do it go ahead, because we don’t want this to stop being a tradition. So I was like, “Sweet, let’s do it.”
You can hear all the screaming and yelling and stuff and they gave out the donuts and everyone got a big laugh out of it and then they ran out. It was like a streak, like they used to do in the ’70s.
Here at the Bruno Brief, things are getting spicy. This season, we are delving into sexual politics at Brown.
We’re going to explore nudity at Brown, past and present. What’s with the Naked Donut Run? What was Sex Power God?
Sayles is the most sexy building so I think that’s where it would take place.
And its lesser known counterpart, Starf*ck?
How has abortion access and activism changed in the last 50 years? How has the #MeToo movement manifested on campus?
What was art like during the sexual revolution? We’re going to look into queer culture at Brown and we’ll end the season with a deep dive into the current state of hook-up culture on campus: How do apps like Tinder and Bumble impact how we view relationships, love and sex?
It’s season four. This is the Bruno Brief.
This trailer was produced by Katy Pickens, Jacob Smollen and Finn Kirkpatrick.
Music: Hard Boil by Banana Cream at Blue Dot Sessions