Penis, boobs, G-spot, balls and labia were not just body parts at Sex After Dark, a Week of Welcome event.
They were also the Sex Bingo team names and the words potential winners had to shout out to claim their prizes.
The event, held Thursday night in the Student Union Cabaret, drew about 120 students, all of whom were interested in learning about one thing: sex.
Most of the students who attended were female freshmen who, on average, believed about half of their friends have had sex.
The event was organized by sex health educators from Campus Health and Wellness Services, such as Meredith Kamradt, who worked the event for the third consecutive year.
“A big reason we do this is to make sure people are aware of sexual health services,” Kamradt said. “We want to look approachable, fun and interesting.”
Molly McFatrich, another coordinator, outlined the top three most important things freshmen should know about sex.
“Communication is super important, like what a partner likes, and consent,” McFatrich said. “A latex or polyisoprene barrier is good all the time to prevent sexually transmitted infections. And have fun.”
McFatrich mentioned a fun, sexy way that she has seen students at these types of events handle condoms.