Brown University, the Ivy League school located in Providence, Rhode Island, is hosting its annual "Sex Week" and as part of the festivities sexologist Charlie Glickman will teach male students “how much fun prostate stimulation can be”:
The official event description asks students: “Are you curious about prostate play?”
Glickman will “talk about the common concerns that sometimes keep people from exploring it (and how to overcome them), tips for easy and pleasurable anal penetration, prostate massage, which toys work best for prostate fun, pegging, combining prostate pleasure with other kinds of sex, and much more,” it continues.
Following the presentation the school will host a night of “sex and chocolate in the dark” where students are advised to “bring blankets, pillows, friends, and questions for a night of cozy conversation in a dark, anonymyzing [sic] space.”
The events are part of Brown University’s annual sex week, paid for by the student activities office.
The week of activities are set to conclude with a “Lace and Leather Burlesque Show.”Brown, founded in 1764, is the seventh-oldest institution of higher learning in the United States, and is ranked 15th among US national universities by US News & World Report. It is also one of the most difficult schools to get into, with an admission rate of 8.7% of applicants. Distinguished alumni include John D. Rockefeller Jr., John F. Kennedy Jr., and Ted Turner. Undergraduate tuition costs almost $43 000 a year.
I guess they don't call it "brown" for nothing.