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Harvard Sex Week Presenter: Anal Sex ‘Increases Truth’

Harvard University hosted an anal sex workshop Tuesday, at which organizers held a sex toy raffle and demonstrated various means by which students could anally pleasure themselves and others.

Reasons to have anal sex as presented to students included “because it feels good,” “tantalizing taboo” and “increases truth/intimacy,” according to The College Fix. The “What What in the Butt: Anal 101” workshop drew almost 50 students and was featured as an event during Harvard’s Sex Week, which pledged “the more events you go to, the more you’ll learn, and the more toys and awesome giveaways you’ll walk away with!”

Adult shop Good Vibrations conducted the workshop and passed out butt plugs and gloves to students. The presenter from the shop, who identified herself as Natasha, told students that “not all men have penises, not all women have vaginas…the butthole is the great sexual equalizer. All humans have a butthole.”

“There are two types of people in this world, people who watch anal porn and dirty fucking liars,” said Natasha, who claimed that religion and politics were the forces stopping young people from engaging in anal sex.

“It doesn’t make any fucking sense,” said the presenter when addressing abstinence. “The population of priests and nuns are declining.”

Students obtained expensive vibrators and butt plugs from a raffle at the end of the event. Students could also take sex toy cleaners, condoms, and Planned Parenthood paraphernalia.

Other workshops during the school’s Sex Week include an educational event on different forms of protections during sex, “Beyond the Hub: Broadening Your Porn Horizons,” and “Sticky: A (Self) Love Story.”

The Daily Caller News Foundation reached out to Harvard to learn from whom it derived funds to put on the event, but received no comment in time for press.

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