Harvard University hosted a workshop Tuesday evening called "What What In the Butt: Anal 101" to share tips and techniques about anal sex during the school's 7th annual "Sex Week."
What in the world is involved in an anal sex workshop?
The presenter, a representative named Natasha from a local adult store near the university, passed out gloves and anal plugs to the students in attendance — for demonstration purposes — before giving them anal relaxation techniques, according to The College Fix.
Giving a slideshow presentation, Natasha told the students they should engage in anal intercourse because "it feels good," and it "increases truth [and] intimacy." She also slammed the concept of abstinence, telling the students, "It doesn't make any f****** sense."
"Not all men have penises, not all women have vaginas,” she said, according to a reporter for The College Fix who was in attendance. "The butthole is the great sexual equalizer. All humans have a butthole."
The attendees also received raffle prizes which included expensive sex toys, and were offered a free supply of condoms, sex toy cleaners, and pamphlets from Planned Parenthood.
What are some of the other scheduled events for Sex Week at Harvard?
Sex Week, which started Nov. 6 and runs thru Nov. 12, includes workshops called "Dental Damn: Why Does It Hurt When I Pee? STIs in the BLGTQ Community," "Beyond the Hub: Broadening Your Porn Horizons," and "Unleashed: Kink 101."