New York’s Hamilton College will play host to an intensive — and some would say intrusive — workshop that purports to teach female students how to achieve orgasm.
“Whether you want to learn how to have your first orgasm, how to have better ones, or how to help your girlfriend, Maggie and Marshall cover it all,” said a description of the event, according to Campus Reform.
Maggie and Marshall are Maggie Keenan-Bolger and Marshall Miller, the workshop’s sex coordinators. They work for a group called Sex Discussed Here! that puts on similar workshops about sex and sexuality at colleges all over the country.
The event is sponsored by Hamilton’s Womyn’s Center, and is open to students of both genders.
“With warmth and humor, we illuminate the subject of 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?’” according to a description of the event on the group’s website.
Campus Reform notes that the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, paid over $3,000 to bring Marshall and Keenan-Bolger to campus. The cost to Hamilton is unknown.
A spokesperson for Hamilton did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Hamilton was in the news recently for hosting controversial events. It recently canceled plans to host a dialogue about race that would only be open to minority students. (RELATED: Trustafarian rich-kid college brings back separate-but-equal race segregation)