When male students head off to Brown University to study biology, this is probably not what their parents had in mind.

Oliver Darcey of Campus Reform reports on a special “Sex Week” event that seems less “inclusive” than typical Brown fare, as it clearly is directed at only one gender:

Brown University is set to hold an event on Thursday aimed at teaching its male students how to find sexual pleasure from their prostates.

Brown University is set to hold an event aimed at showing male students how to attain sexual pleasure from their prostates.

The workshop, entitled “The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure,” will be conducted by sexologist Charlie Glickman and promises to show attendees “how much fun prostate stimulation can be.”

The official event description asks students: “Are you curious about prostate play?”

Glickman will “talk about the common concerns that sometimes keep people from exploring it (and how to overcome them), 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,” it continues.

Following the presentation the school will host a night of “sex and chocolate in the dark” where students are advised to “bring blankets, pillows, friends, and questions for a night of cozy conversation in a dark, anonymyzing [sic] space.”

The events are part of Brown University’s annual sex week, paid for by the student activities office.

The week of activities are set to conclude with a “Lace and Leather Burlsesque Show.”

A university spokesperson did not respond to requests for comment from Campus Reform or disclose how much funding had been deployed to fund the program.