FAST FIVE: Harvard Wants Students To Bone Up On Oral And Anal Sex, Stop Judging Fatties
Harvard Sex Week launched Nov.
“We intend to promote a week of programming that is interdisciplinary, thought-provoking, scholastic, innovative, and applicable to student experiences in order to promote a more holistic understanding of sex and sexuality.” This year, Sex Week kicked off with “Sticky: A (Self) Love Story” and “Feel Those Good Vibrations: Sex Toys 101.” On Tuesday students were offered a sex education class as well as “What What in the Butt?: Anal Sex 101.” On Wednesday a “Tantric Sex 101” workshop was followed by a panel on racial preferences and dating.
While organizers of Sex Week do not appear interested in discussing their programming, The College Fix reached out to renown author and cultural critic Mary Eberstadt to weigh in.
“Harvard Sex Week is corporate exploitation at its sleaziest.
Students should be protesting this cynical attempt to pick their pockets and degrade their romances – not lining up for instruction about practices that will land some in the emergency clinic,” she said in an email to The College Fix.