As part of Sex Week, Brown held events such as “Fornication 101,” which explores “ejaculation, petting kitties, putting condoms on with your mouth, anal adventures, G-spot stimulation, and sexual positions,” and “The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure,” which provides “tips for easy and pleasurable anal penetration, prostate massage, which toys work best for prostate fun, pegging, combining prostate pleasure with other kinds of sex, and much more.” While there is merit to sexual education events that promote contraception or disease prevention, spending money on these particular Sex Week events hardly seems like a university necessity. As college students, we are all free to google whatever sexual questions we could ever want answered. Many parents or students with strict morals would likely be offended to learn money they pay for a “student activities fee” helps fund such events. Furthermore, “The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure” has recently been a subject of national notoriety. We may want sexual liberation, but do we want it at the expense of the reputation of our university? We at The Spectator, at least, do not.