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Feminist Society (FemSoc)






We are the University of Sussex Feminist Society (FemSoc). We are an intersectional feminist group aimed at building a community and raising awareness of Gendered issues on campus and off. We are open to all genders and are trans-inclusive, and will discuss and promote all intersectionalities of gender, race, and sexuality in our meetings.


We hold socials throughout the year including film screenings, pub nights, discussions etc.. Every week we meet up to have discussions, to hear from a speaker or simply enjoy a cup of tea together. We also hold safe space discussions where you can raise issues which have recently affected you, and celebrate feminism, gender, diversity, and sexuality. 

Our meetings are open to anyone, and we will update our facebook page weekly to reflect what our weekly topic will be. 

For information on events join our facebook group and like the Sussex Femsoc page on Facebook. You can also follow us on Instagram! 

Contact us by messaging our facebook page or email the society account and we will reply as soon as we can! 

We hope to see you soon! x


Ellie- ew314@sussex.ac.uk

Thea- tks21@sussex.ac.uk

Nikki- nb385@sussex.ac.uk

Gemma - gl274@sussex.ac.uk

Holly-  hew30@sussex.ac.uk



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Email: activities@sussexstudent.com
Office: Activities Centre, 1st floor, Falmer House

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Email: societies@sussexstudent.com
Phone: 01273 873415
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