possible for them to have an orgasm. In the all-boy group, they discussed what they were taught about female sexuality and the type of behavior that would help a female partner to have an orgasm.
Using students’ preconceived notions about sex as talking points, the presenters took the time to address different subjects to educate students about sex, while also empowering them to take charge of their sexualities.
Reflecting on the impact this program has on the students who attend, Makynzie Horvath ’18, a program assistant for the CWGA said, “It’s always nice to see newcomers come in and learn about female empowerment and about sexuality.”
Overall, this year’s I Love Female Orgasm event was a success.
Not only did it make talking about sex fun, it also increased students’ sexual awareness and opened the door to a more honest discussion that will help students make smart decisions when it comes to sex.
This is probably why the I Love Female Orgasm keeps coming back to Denison’s campus year after year.
Or maybe it’s because, as Miller said, “Denison loves female orgasms.”