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Sex, Sex and More Sex at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

What do you get when you allocate nearly $100,000 annually from taxpayer, tuition and student-fee funded coffers to a campus organization dedicated to sexual health?

I’m glad you asked. Let’s take a look.

Sex Out Loud is a peer-to-peer sexual health resource program at the publicly funded University of Wisconsin-Madison, and its leaders spend their generous annual budget on a variety of “educational” endeavors.

Why, just last week, it held back-to-back symposiums to teach students how to have an orgasm. Granted, I’m pretty sure guys have that mastered by age 15, yet I’ll grant some women might need a bit more help. It’s trickier for us. But I digress.

Last Thursday, April 24, Sex Out Loud hosted its “Advanced Pleasure Workshop” in a student activity center room. Not the most romantic setting, but hey – you make do.

Despite my best efforts to get an enterprising student reporter to attend this event and report back to The College Fix what constitutes “advanced pleasure” – alas, I struck out. But here’s the way the event was described by Sex Out Loud promoters:SexInside

Dive deeper into the world of pleasure! This 90-minute workshop includes a comprehensive discussion of sex toys and sex positions and includes tips and techniques to enhance sexual pleasure. Plus there’s plenty of fun, sexy-themed games!

Well, there’s a $15,000-a-year college education well spent. I’m sure the good folks of Wisconsin appreciate that their kids are learning how to master ben wa balls and doggie style on the taxpayer’s dime. Sure – they can learn this stuff for free on the internet or the old-school trial by error method without their esteemed university’s help, but would they really be getting the world class education they deserve?

Moving right along, on Friday, April 25, Sex Out Loud brought in “Sex Nerd Sandra” – perhaps for the more faint of heart students who couldn’t really sit comfortably through “a comprehensive discussion of sex toys and sex positions.”

But hey – Sex Nerd Sandra – who works at the Los Angeles-based Pleasure Chest store – brought her own goodies to the table.

“Want bigger, better sex?” asks the Sex Out Loud invite on Facebook. “Find out how with sex educator & Nerdist Industries podcast host Sex Nerd Sandra! Covering The 7 Principles of Pleasure, mind reading tips, the secret to orgasm, sexy safer sex and a big juicy Q&A, whether partnered or solo, join us for a hilarious look at satisfying sex!”

Lest you think Sex Out Loud is solely orgasms and vibrators and sex positions – think again! Its blog is filled with the latest cutting-edge commentary college kids require.

As recently as April 17, its editors offered a post titled “Own It: The Queef.”

To get the giggles out of our systems, let’s just throw the word out there a few times. QUEEF QUEEF QUEEF. Ok sweet, so let’s start with the basics, what is a queef?  Well, when inserting an object into a vagina, the rush of air that comes along with the insertion is forced to exit. …   The air that goes into the vagina cannot just disappear, and so it comes out, often resulting in an audible squeak commonly referred to as a “vaginal fart” or a queef. … At the end of the day, the queef is something that cannot always be helped.  That said, it does not have to be something to be embarrassed about.  If you find yourself in a situation where you are having the hottest sex of your life and a queef rears its ugly head during it, keep on going and laugh it off.

What would University of Wisconsin-Madison students do without this vital queef reassurance? But wait – there’s more!

Other recent blog posts include: “A Guide To Casual Sex Minus the Gender Roles” (because who needs those?); “How Do I Last Longer: A Guide To Premature Ejaculation,” and a step-by-step graphic tutorial on “edging” – which is a not-so-fancy term to describe how to masturbate longer.

Last October, the Sex Out Loud folks got really creative, with a graphic, pro-BDSM blog post advising students how to have a kinky-sex-filled Halloween. Some of the advice included:

“King Tut-in’ it up” – “Time to start exploring the world of BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Dominance, Submission, Sadism. Masochism!”; “Reenact your favorite horror movies”; and “Get some candy in there” – “Perhaps we … are sadists who enjoy tying down our partner(s) and making them see, smell and even taste a little itty bit of our favorite chocolate bar, but not get it or being into masochism and get a candy as a treat after a flogging.”

Geez, normally a simple “trick or treat” will do.

In addition to the blog, the program doles out free condoms, and offers sexual health counseling and advising.

And to be fair, Sex Out Loud programming tackles some serious subjects, too.

Tomorrow night it’s set to host “The Abortion Diaries” in conjunction with NARAL Pro-Choice WI and Choice Out Loud. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion about “the stigma and silence surrounding abortion.” No word on whether Prolife Wisconsin got an invite.

And don’t miss Sex Out Loud’s May 2 “Sexual Health Symposium.”

“The symposium will feature speakers from the Gender and Women Studies Department as well as UW-Alumni working in the health care profession,” organizers state. “BONUS: Sex Jeopardy, special performances from the cast of Spring Awakening, and free Ian’s Pizza!”

Because sex or no sex, nothing gets college kids in the door like free pizza.

Jennifer Kabbany is associate editor of The College Fix.

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IMAGES: Main, PTR, Flickr; Inside – Sex Out Loud

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Jennifer Kabbany is editor of The College Fix. She previously worked as a daily newspaper reporter and columnist for a decade in Southern California, and prior to that held editorial positions at The Weekly Standard, Washington Times and FrontPageMagazine. She is also a Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship recipient and has contributed to National Review.

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  • I know how Lot felt.

    This culture is on its deathbed. College kids (and yes, the comparison to goats is intended) think they are so enlightened, when really, they are morally bankrupt morons who have let themselves be led into slavery. Slaves to their own passions and through that, to their Democrat government overlords. They are so open-minded their brains have fallen out. Of course, most of them had brain dead parents, who are willing to pay for this filth, so I guess they didn’t have much of a chance to start with.

    • Kerry Kolsch

      As the owner Nubian and Nigerian milk goats I am offended by your comparison of college kids to goats. Goats have a mind of their own and do whatever the hell they want, not like humans who will not stand up and protest this offensive censorship.

    • Troll

      I’ll bet your P is like 2 inches long hard. Tops.

      • Mudpie

        Your ability to engage in intellectual, thoughtful argument is certainly an indication that you must be a graduate of U. of Wisconsin.

    • Mudpie

      I agree 100%, and am anything but a prude. This is whacked.

      Do you know we fund these programs and schools to the tune of billions of taxpayer dollars?

  • Keep some mystery in your life

    When you let your P or V rule your life, you are bound to be disappointed. There is much more than S to love and pleasure.

  • Nicola M. Costello

    This article proves that behind it all is hedonism, or pleasure for it’s own sake. It’s NOT about “love is love”, which is the slogan they use as a veneer for their debauchery.

  • Mudpie

    What a joke. Having a couple of doctorates myself, I know better than to want one of these “elitist” institutions having anything to do with my daughters’ education. Kind of like putting a kid in a brothel. Forget that.

    But I have known this for a while. Too many parents are still entranced by the idea of an “elite” education that is anything but elite and more like a septic tank.

  • Gmama

    However, if a guy hooks up with a young lady after one of these events he better have a notarized permission slip from her or he will be called a rapist if she changes her mind after the act.

  • nooch

    Why should there be a stigma against sucking your own child out of your womb, strangling it and throwing it in a garbage can? What, is that a bad thing now?

  • ktoo

    Maybe these guys can have a duke-out with the date rape crusaders. Sell tickets. The winners get to do/not do the losers. On, Wisconsin!

  • Okie Cotton-Picker

    Why are you right wingers so afraid of sex and letting people not government have control over their own bodies?

  • Mark Talmont

    I wonder if they ever talk about Hep C? Ominously the CDC site is kind of squishy about just how easy it is to get it.

  • JBluen

    Is a sex nerd anything like a skank? Asking for a friend.