University of Minnesota is teaching women how to have multiple orgasms
College is all about learning as much as possible…so what better place to be taught everything about a female orgasm? Yup, you read that right. This spring, the University of Minnesota is holding a lecture that promises to teach women how to achieve multiple orgasms!
The event, which is reportedly costing the university $3,406, will be hosted by the University's Office of Diversity and Equity's Women's Center and is open to everyone on campus. According to the description on the school's official website, "orgasm aficionados and beginners of all gender" are invited to learn about topics like the G-spot and how to have multiple orgasms.
Taught by sex educators Marshall Miller and Kate Weinberg, the program will be a combination of lecture, discussion, multimedia, funny stories and even (I'm afraid to say) a question and answer period. "Whether you want to learn how to have your first orgasm, how to have better ones or how to help your girlfriend, Kate and Marshall cover it all," the synopsis states.
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Jeez, I definitely never got to go to anything like that when I was in college! Though the class has apparently caused some controversy on campus, I personally don't see a problem with it. After all, what's the big deal? Human sexuality is a legitimate topic, not just something you have to talk about behind closed doors. And let's face it: most kids that age are having sex. So they might as well get properly educated on the female anatomy.
Besides, I bet no one will be falling asleep during that class!
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