The University of New Mexico has launched its first-ever "Sex Week" observance this week with a controversial agenda that includes workshops such as "How to be a Gentleman and Still Get Laid," "Negotiating Successful Threesomes," "O-Face Oral" and "BJs and Beyond" – seminars that have prompted concern from some conservative students on campus.
"It's gross … and offensive," said 21-year-old junior Sade Patterson in an interview Monday with The College Fix. Patterson is vice president of Students for Life UNM, and she and her group recently penned letters voicing concern about the events to the dean of students and the campus newspaper.
"There is nothing wrong with telling students how to prevent diseases and unplanned pregnancy, because it's better if they are prepared … but these events are not displaying a concern for students' well being. I see it as a way to push the concept of free and non-consequential sex on students, just have sex with whoever you want to and there is not going to be any consequences – have a threesome."