From the “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up” department: The University of Minnesota will host a symposium this spring specifically designed to help its female undergraduate students achieve bigger, better and more orgasms. Seriously.
“Orgasm aficionados and beginners of all genders are welcome to come learn about everything from multiple orgasms to that mysterious G-spot,” reads the description posted on the school’s official events calendar.
“Are you coming?” it asks.
The university’s official online description of the event, entitled, “The Female Orgasm,” describes it as open to both male and female students, according to Campus Reform.
“Whether you want to learn how to have your first orgasm, how to have better ones, or how to help you girlfriend, Kate and Marshall cover it all,” it adds.
The symposium will be taught by “sex educators” Marshall Miller and Kate Weinberg, who have conducted similar programs at other universities across the country.
Their website explains that their programs “use a mixture of interactive activities, lecture, discussion, multimedia, funny stories, and question and answer.”
Good to see there will be hands-on experience. You know how people learn best by “doing.”
“Nothing embarrasses us, and no topic is too basic or risqué,” it adds. (Of course not.)
The description of the event, which is hosted by the university’s Office of Diversity and Equity’s Women’s Center, does not say whether there is an age requirement. While the average age of undergraduate students is 21, it’s not uncommon for students as young as 17 to enroll at the university.
While there will be no cost to symposium participants, please be advised: batteries not included.