Monday, October 22, 2018 |
Column: Undercover —
Topic: Prudence —
A Week of Real Sex
One Student Brings Healthy Choices Back to Campus
by Terrell Clemmons
The Sex Week phenomenon in American academia got started in 2002 on the campus of Yale University after student organizers Eric Rubenstein and Jacqueline Farber teamed up with two sponsors, the Yale Women's Center and the Yale Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Co-op, to provide "an interdisciplinary sex education program designed to pique students' interest through creative, interactive, and exciting programming."
The first-ever affair of its kind, it included a film festival, a "Sex and . . .
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