It’s always sad when well-meaning folks cave to opposition. A University of New Mexico school official has apologized for the school's provocative (and pretty cool sounding) Sex Week, a lecture series aimed at reducing campus sexual assault by teaching students the healthy, consensual, and enjoyable way to do sex.
University of New Mexico is taking a new approach to preventing sex abuse on campus — teaching students how to have successful threesomes and give great head during “Sex Week.”
Ever wonder what sort of sexual depravity ensues during Harvard's "Sex Week"? Is there a uterus-themed moon bounce? A ring toss with penises rigged to go flaccid the moment something touches them? Clowns that pull neverending tampons out of their comically oversized pants?
In response to the administration's threat to ban Sex Week at Yale from using the university's name or facilities, Sex Week organizers have developed a new proposal they hope will save the event. It will focus on "female sexuality, queer sexuality, and sexual health," rather than porn.