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Harvard University Holds Class Teaching the Ins and Outs of Anal Sex *VIDEO* #o4anews #Harvard

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
November 9th, 2017

Just what are your tax dollars paying for at universities across the nation?

At Harvard, it would be a class teaching students how to travel the Hershey Highway.

A workshop at Harvard University delved into the ins and outs of anal sex, with a presenter denouncing the “stupidity of abstinence” and the joys of “putting things in your butt,” according to a College Fix reporter who attended the event.

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The workshop was held as part of the Ivy League university’s Sex Week, which launched Monday and runs through Nov. 12. Titled “What What in the Butt: Anal 101,” the event drew nearly 50 students.

At one point the presenter leading the workshop passed out gloves and butt plugs to students as she offered instructions on anal relaxation techniques.

“Remember it’s all about practice, practice, practice,” said the presenter, Natasha, a representative of the Cambridge-based adult shop Good Vibrations.

Showing students a special medical-grade butt plug, she said “a local guy named Greg makes these—salt of the Earth!”

Identifying the event with the sexual positivity movement, Natasha said the goal was to “encourage people to go after their desires and not feel shame.”

“Come up front guys, were gonna have some dirty fun,” she said as the presentation began.

Noting “not all men have penises, not all women have vaginas,” she added “the butthole is the great sexual equalizer. All humans have a butthole.”

A slide shown during the event listed other perks: “because it feels good,” “tantalizing taboo” and CONTINUE READING HERE.

Harvard held the same class in the past. Here’s a student’s take on it from the Dr Drew Show.

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