Harvard sex week to feature 'Feel the Vibrations' sex toy workshop

Katherine  Timpf
Binghamton Review

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  • School's official website encourages students: 'Come to our workshop and feel the good vibrations!'
  • Harvard University's sex week will feature a workshop titled "Feel the Vibrations," which will teach students the proper use of sex toys.

    "Curious about sex toys?" asks the event description on the school's sex week schedule. "Unsure how everything works? Come to our workshop and feel the good vibrations!"

    Sex week kicked off on Sunday with a "1-in-3 Stories Brunch," which invited students to discuss abortion over breakfast food. The event was named after the statistic than one in three women will have an abortion at some point.

    Sunday also featured a screening of the documentary "How to Lose Your Virginity," which asks "why our sex-crazed society cherishes this so-called precious gift," and "uncovers the myths and misogyny surrounding a rite of passage."

    All students who attended received a "reusable V-Card."

    Harvard's sex week will run through Saturday, October 26.

    The Ivy League school's focus on masturbation is just the latest in a string of such workshops. 

    Harvard University did not respond to requests for comment from Campus Reform in time for publication.

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    Katherine  Timpf

    Binghamton Review

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