Harvard Sex Week?

The 60’s free-love hippies still lurk as professors and administrators of Harvard University.

Of all the valuable experiences that one would expect Harvard gives to its students, a week-long celebration of sex is not one that would come to mind.

During Sex Week, Harvard will

“…promote a week of programming that is called interdisciplinary, thought-provoking, scholastic, innovative, and applicable to student experiences in order to promote a holistic understanding of sex and sexuality.  Our goal is to connect diverse individuals and communities both within and beyond Harvard through common human experiences with love, sex, sexuality, and relationships.

You can bet the professors are all for this little Sex-A-Palooza.

In this course, students learn:

“What What in the Butt: Anal Sex 101…learn the facts about this exciting yet often misunderstood form of pleasure, find out the common mistakes people make, and get all your questions answered.”

Gives a whole new meaning to the saying, “Stick it to the man.”

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Somebody might let Harvard know that other college students don’t need to pay to learn about sex, and they practice it ALL YEAR LONG!

 

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