The University of New Mexico is combating sexual assault by holding a "Sex Week" to educate students on how to have safer and better sex.

Titillatingly titled seminars include “How To Be a Gentleman AND Get Laid,” “Negotiating Successful Threesomes”​ and many titles that can’t be said on television, delivered by such lecturers as self-described "sex and relationship role model" Reid Mihalko.

The university's Women’s Resource Center director, Summer Little, said the controversial material is aimed at boosting attendance to get the information out to as many students as possible.


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On Outnumbered today, Kennedy said the fixation on sex at campuses sounds exhausting.

“At some point in college don’t you have to write papers and learn something and prove that you’ve actually been in class?” she asked.

“How are we going to compete globally when this is what students are focused on?” Andrea Tantaros added. “A lot of these guys and gals already know how to do a lot of this stuff. And that’s the problem. They’re not focused on other things.”

Tantaros said that to effectively combat sexual assault men should be gentlemen, yes, but women need to do take responsibility for their personal safety.

Harris Faulkner, however, pointed out that, “You also have to make an environment where it’s not easy to pick on victims.”

Watch the clip above to see the Outnumbered panel discuss "Sex Week" and a new app that allows users to give "consent" before sexual activity.


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