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Happening Around the World: Instead of viewing current events with our normal gloom, on a lighter note, scandal has erupted in the U.K as a British MP is being investigated for violating ministerial code by asking his former assistant to purchase sex toys for him and a colleague. (The Guardian) Happening in the U.S: Facebook have released figures ahead […]

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As Confucius once said, “Well behaved women rarely make history… or orgasms!” Except Confucius didn’t actually ever say that. But the Well Women did! Tonight they’re hosting an event in honor of Women’s History Month called Naughty Girls’ Night In, featuring open discussion about female sexual pleasure, sex toy presentations, and more. To stay in with […]

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Free Candygrams!

ResLife is giving away free candygrams and Momofuku cookies today at 2:00 in the lobby of Broadway Residence Hall! For those looking for more than just a sugar-high, there will also be a sex toy info session presented by Babeland. Be Glen Coco. Update: Photos of sex toy spread below!

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Sex Toys 101

Don’t know how to start your weekend? Columbia RAs and Babeland will be holding a sex toys workshop this evening in the lobby of Harmony Hall from 7:00pm to 8:30pm, consisting of a one hour lecture and a 30 minute “shopping experience.” Read the full flyer after the jump!

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