dburtsev (dburtsev) wrote,

Чему учат в Гарварде

Confused about anal sex? Harvard University is here to help.

This week the Ivy League university offered a workshop in conjunction with its annual “Sex Week” that aimed to help college students practice healthy and pleasurable anal sex.
Harvard’s “Sex Week” is an annual “week of programming that is interdisciplinary, thought-provoking, scholastic, innovative and applicable to student experiences in order to promote a holistic understanding of sex and sexuality.” This is the third year in a row that Harvard is hosting the event.
The anal sex workshop, titled “What What in the Butt: Anal Sex 101,” focused on anal sex and was presented by Good Vibrations, a sex-positive store located Brookline, Mass...
But not everyone was thrilled about the sex-positive event. According to The College Fix, some students are questioning the usefulness and appropriateness of Sex Week. Molly Wharton, a Harvard student, told the publication, “after looking at the schedule of events, though, I do question the amount of time and resources that went into planning and funding these events, some of which are downright vulgar, at a place like Harvard... I can’t imagine that there are not more worthwhile educational programs and initiatives to which Harvard’s resources should be devoted.”..

На этой неделе университет Лиги плюща предложил семинар в рамках своей ежегодной “Сексуальной Неделей”, которая стремилась помогать студентам колледжа практиковать здоровый и радостный анальный секс.

Не все студенты в восторге от новой программы:
“после рассмотрения графика событий, тем не менее, я удивлён, какое количество времени и ресурсов, которые вошли в планирование и финансирование этих событий, некоторые из которых совершенно вульгарны в таком месте как Гарвард... Разве нет большего количества стоящих образовательных программ и инициатив, которым должны быть посвящены ресурсы Гарварда”.

Tags: США, геи, образование

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