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Sex Toys and Free Food on the Ramps

Take Back the Night’s Sexhibition Health Fair is going on today from 11am-3pm on the Lerner Ramps and in the Roone Arledge Lobby. Decorate peen cookies, nab some free préservatifs and pomegranate vanilla-flavored lubrication, and enter the playful toy items raffle. Baked goods and o-faces for all!

At 7pm, Sexhibition will be screening the documentary Orgasm Inc.: The Strange Science of Female Pleasure in the Diana Event Oval. Filmmaker Liz Canner will lead a discussion on sex in college, the medicalization of female sexuality, female viagra pills and other such sex-inspired themes.

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  • Muggleborn says:

    @Muggleborn Bwog, I love you for today’s logo.

  • Can Bwog says:

    @Can Bwog Comment on the orgy Sexhibition is scheduling in Butler tomorrow night to promote sex-positive attitudes towards learning?

    1. Sexhib Organizer says:

      @Sexhib Organizer Thanks so much for the coverage bwog!!

      1. Sexhib Organizer says:

        @Sexhib Organizer Oops, meant that to be it’s own comment, not a response.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Sexhibition in the Diana EVENT OVAL!?!? tehehe. The 13 year old boy in me finds this absolutely hilarious.

  • phil says:

    @phil the penis cookie looks delicious.

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