Another public university to host event that teaches women how to orgasm
Pitt is set to host the "Female Orgasm" workshop tonight.
The University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) is set to host a presentation tomorrow night designed to teach its young coeds how to have better orgasms.
The event will last four hours beginning at 8:15 p.m. and is to feature sex expert Dorian Solot who is apparently know for educating both men and and women on “embracing sexuality and healthy sex.”
“We illuminate the subject of female orgasm for everyone, whether... you're hoping to help your girlfriend, or debating the existence of the G-spot.”
According to the program’s official website SexualityEducation.com, the Female Orgasm is the most popular presentation they offer, in part because it “combines sex education and women’s empowerment with a hearty dose of laughter.”
“With warmth and humor, we illuminate the subject of the female orgasm for everyone, whether you want to have your first one, you're hoping to help your girlfriend, or you're debating the existence of the G-spot or ‘to fake or not to fake,” the site adds.
Attendees will also analyze the information women receive about sexuality from the “media, religion, families, and elsewhere,” and will discuss “the links between ‘befriending your body’ and experiencing physical pleasure.”
According to a report in the Pitt News, “The Female O” is organized by the student group the Campus Women’s Organization (CWO).
CWO President Erin Case told the News that the presentation is “sex positive” and is about creating a “safe space” for discussion.
CWO has hosted on-campus sex events in the past, including a condom casino late last month. The group also provides free condoms, tampons, and pregnancy tests in their on-campus office.
Pitt officials and members of CWO did not respond to a request for comment from Campus Reform in time for publication.
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