Editor, Daily Nexus,
Matt Groening once said, “When authorities warn you of the sinfulness of sex, there is an important lesson to be learned. Do not have sex with the authorities.” I think that the creator of “The Simpsons” is on to something. No, I’m not talking about the whole avoiding sex with the authorities thing. I’m talking about the message of having sex with someone who shares your beliefs about sex.
It is impossible to have good sex without communicating your feelings about the act of getting down and dirty. A miscommunication could lead to anger, resentment or contraction of an STI.
Good sex is not just a result of genital size and a few extra thrusts. Sex is only really good when both partners fully consent, practice safe sex and know how to satisfy their partner. These factors are important in any kind of sexual relationship. They can also be applied to couples that do not have intercourse, but participate instead in oral, anal or manual stimulation.
I learned how to have great sex from my training to become a Sex and Relationship Intern. The goals of the S&R Interns are to increase awareness of practicing safer sex and to teach others how to have fulfilling sexual relationships with their partners.
One of the ways the S&R Interns spread the word about how to have great sex is through the “Sex Affair.” This is the place to come if you want to learn how to have better sex. The main objective of the fair is to encourage the students to practice safer sex. So come to learn about how to have great sex, have some fun and maybe leave with an awesome prize.