Arizona State U. to host workshop on ‘getting in touch with yourself by touching yourself’

Arizona State U. to host workshop on ‘getting in touch with yourself by touching yourself’
Image: Arizona State U., Tempe

[Ed. – Today’s sorry bunch of snowflakes need lessons in THIS?]

The Undergraduate Student Government of Arizona State University, Tempe is hosting a workshop on getting “the pleasure you want and deserve” from masturbation.

According to the event description page posted on Facebook, the workshop will host an expert to discuss masturbation on February 13, and address ways in which students can “[get] in touch” with themselves through sexual self-gratification.

“Getting in touch with yourself by touching yourself,” the event description reads. “Join pleasure professional Natalie Treacy for a shame-free, pleasure focused discussion about masturbation and self exploration to get the pleasure you want and deserve.”

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While images obtained by Campus Reform appear to suggest that the event was originally titled “Go F*ck Yourself,” the workshop’s currently title was apparently changed to a less provocative “Go Love Yourself.”

The images of the original event description also appeared to link the lecture with “O.School,” an organization that strives to create “intimate spaces to talk about sex and pleasure online” by hosting live streams and lectures “to help you overcome shame, heal from trauma, and develop skills to communicate and set boundaries in the pursuit of your sexual pleasure.”

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