Thursday, October 02, 2008D.P. Culp University Center, Martha Street Culp AuditoriumSex educators Dorian Solot and Marshall Miller bring a playful, honest approach to their program entitled “The Female Orgasm.” Solot and Miller combine sex education and women‘s empowerment with a hearty dose of laughter and they are packing the house on college campuses. With warmth and humor, they illuminate the subject of female orgasm for women who aren‘t having them, guys who want to make their girlfriends happy, and students who are debating the existence of the G-spot or "to fake or not to fake?". Students love that Solot and Miller are a couple, bringing both a male and female perspective to the conversation. Administrators often compliment them on presenting "sexy" material in a tasteful, appropriate manner. And Solot and Miller know that people who are well-informed about sexual topics are more likely to make healthy decisions about the risks associated with sex. The program is inclusive of people of all genders and sexual orientations.
Scheduled for Thursday, October 2, 2008, at 7:00 p.m. in the Martha Street Culp Auditorium of the D.P. Culp University Center, Solot and Miller’s straightforward and candid program focuses on individuals making sexual decisions that are right for them, including whether to use the information now or when married or in a serious relationship. Solot and Miller analyze the messages women receive about their bodies and sexuality from media, religion, families, and elsewhere; discuss body image, and the links between "befriending your body" and experiencing physical pleasure; and talk about the value of learning how to say "no" to sex--and the problems college-age and adult women sometimes encounter when they realize that‘s all they ever learned.