College Feminists celebrate Sex Week at Northwestern U. with ‘sex position cookies’

College Feminists celebrate Sex Week at Northwestern U. with ‘sex position cookies’

So what did you do this year for Sex Week? For all you poor shlubs who don’t celebrate Sex Week (the dates for which vary from university to university), Northwestern invited students to decorate “sex position, penis, and boob cookies.”

Campus Reform reports that invitations for the Dec. 4 event asked:

Have you been naughty or nice? Get naughty with NU Sex Week and decorate sexy holiday cookies with us!

We’ve got sex position cookies, cock-ies, and boob cookies for you to decorate and enjoy. What more could you ask for this season?

Cock-ies is reasonably clever, but couldn’t they have come with an equivalent pun for “boob cookies?” I realize it’s a different confection, but how about rum booba? Or at least Snickerdildos?

For its Sex Week, which took place in March, Brown University invited a “certified sexologist” (no word on where such a person goes for certification). The event kicked off with a trivia contest that included these questions:

  • What’s the most common fetish?
  • What does “g-string” stand for?
  • What was the first condom made of?
  • What other animals engage in oral sex?

(Gazing at your neighbor’s paper is no fairs!)

Sex Week should not be confused with Nudity Week at Brown, which is totally different event.

Sex Week at Yale, meantime, is an event of such magnitude that it merits its own Wikipedia page.

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Howard Portnoy

Howard Portnoy

Howard Portnoy has written for The Blaze, HotAir, NewsBusters, Weasel Zippers, Conservative Firing Line, RedCounty, and New York’s Daily News. He has one published novel, Hot Rain, (G. P. Putnam’s Sons), and has been a guest on Radio Vice Online with Jim Vicevich, The Alana Burke Show, Smart Life with Dr. Gina, and The George Espenlaub Show.

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