While it may be seen as a somewhat abrasive title, "The Female Orgasm" program will be in the UC's Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 12 aiming to guide students through the fundamentals of the female anatomy as well as female sexuality in order to make giving pleasure more pleasurable.
The program has an emphasis on individuals making sexual decisions that are right for them, including whether to use the information now or when married or in a serious relationship as well as an analysis of the messages women receive about their bodies and sexuality from media, religion, families and elsewhere.
Sex educators Marshall Miller and Dorian Solot lead the program. Miller has a degree in Sexuality and Society from Brown University. Miller also has over six years of experience running HIV and STD prevention programs, most recently as the Prevention Education Programs Manager at the Research and Evaluation Department of Fenway Community Health in Boston, MA.
I hope women and men will leave more comfortable with female sexuality, and more empowered to talk and learn more, whether they're already sexually active or won't be for a long time.- Rachel Dart, a coordinator of the event
Miller said, "Students are sometimes surprised that we really do cover it all: the G-spot, multiple orgasms, how to have your first orgasm, how to help your girlfriend. And it's really funny, too." He added that, "We're deeply honored by the responses we hear from students after our programs. Often they say they are amazed that an event like this could be so funny and so educational," when asked about what students usually get out of the program.
Rachel Dart, a coordinator of the event, added, "I hope women and men will leave more comfortable with female sexuality, and more empowered to talk and learn more, whether they're already sexually active or won't be for a long time."
Miller said that they usually visit about 50 to 80 colleges a year. For more information you can contact Miller, Dart, and Solot at firstname.lastname@example.org.