I have to leave the Extreme Brothel Make Over early so I can get to SEX WEEK at Kent State. Sounds crazy! Ya. I thought so too. Read this…

Sex Week will feature:

• I Love Female Orgasm at
8 p.m. Monday in the Student Center Ballroom.

• The Panel at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Kiva.

• Sex Toy Party (Ladies Only) at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Rathskeller.

• Talkin Sex with the Sigmas (Men Only) at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Cyber Café

• Craig Gross Founder of XXXchurch at 9 p.m. Wednesday in the Student Center Ballroom.

• Drag Show at 8 p.m. Thursday in Cartwright Hall.

• Sextoberfest ‘After Hours’ at 8 p.m. Friday in the Student Center Ballroom.

Students will be faced with that uncomfortable talk about the birds and the bees this week for “Sex Week.”

“We just want to open a platform for students to basically discuss
these things,” said Ashleigh Newberry, Kent Interhall Council vice
president of programming and development. “We call it our journey
through sex, love, relationships and everything in between.”

Sex Week will offer new avenues to get students talking about sex.
Craig Gross, founder of XXXchurch, will discuss pornography and its
grasp on our society at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Student Center Ballroom.

XXXchurch is an organization that helps people deal with pornography dependency.

“It’s sort of like a different take on porn, not so black and white,”
said Kevin Pospichel, Kent Student Center Programming student
co-manager. “It’s not going to be your run-of-the-mill talk.”

Kent Interhall Council is sponsoring a panel discussion among people
with diverse views on sex and relationships at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the

The panel will infuse moderator and audience questions directed toward people with conflicting views on sex.

“One person (panel member) is a black male. He actually has decided
he’s quitting black women and he thinks, in his words, that black women
degrade and belittle the black male, so he has switched to white
women,” Newberry said.

Sextoberfest will feature games and giveaways in a health-fair
environment to teach about sex at 8 p.m. Friday in the Student Center

“(Students will) put a condom on their hand, and then they each put
baby oil on their hand and see who can break the condom first,” said
Newbury. The game demonstrates how oil-based lubricants weaken condoms.

“Every game is educational,” said Newberry. “It’s just these really
fun, different games that you wouldn’t normally have at a health fair.”

Kent Student Center Programming is providing free condoms for
Sextoberfest with a friendly reminder on the package: “This moment
brought to you by KSC Programming.”